Stay well: The National Health Service [NHS] for Asylum Seekers and refugees
You can see a doctor. It is free. You do not pay.
See your doctor:
- If you are ill
- If you are depressed
- If you are crying every day
The doctor you see is called a “General Practitioner” [GP]
Register with a GP:
Choose a GP near to your home.
Here is a list of GPs in Preston:
Your doctor (GP) will take care of your health.
Your doctor (GP) may refer you to a specialist doctor.
You can have a chaperone (someone with you when you see the doctor).
You can have an interpreter. It is free. You do not pay.
If you are worried you can have advice. Telephone: 111
Telephone 999 ONLY if a person might die or is seriously injured.
A pharmacist may be able to help you with minor illnesses.
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Here are some useful websites:
Telephone: 0808 8000 630
Monday to Friday, 8am to 5.30pm
‘Up and Active’ http://abl.upandactive.co.uk/activity-search/
you can join some physical activities with others and most are free:
you do not have to pay.