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Asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants

Patient and community health

Many UK general practices struggle to manage the rights and needs of refugees and asylum seekers to access the NHS, and may be unwilling to register them as patients because of confusion about the need for identification papers and other documentation.

We at Elm Tree Medical Centre aim to deliver excellent healthcare to these vulnerable groups within the health care community and advocate for system-wide improvements in the care of refugees and asylum seekers.

All Migrants and Refugees should have access to equitable, affordable and high-quality health care services in the UK.

Primary care continues to be free to all regardless of immigration status

We aim to address Language Barriers

We will help you navigate the NHS medical System

We can connect to services that can help you

Please ask at Reception for further details or follow the link the https://refugeefutures.org/