Until recently, the government was using information from NHS patient records to check immigration status. This has now changed. What is the situation now?
This section provides an overview of primary care entitlements, and how you can support migrant patients to register with your practice.
Access to secondary care is only free for overseas visitors considered 'ordinarily resident', with some exemptions. This section outlines what this means.
Regardless of eligibility for free secondary care, a clinical assessment must occur. Immediately necessary and urgent treatment must always be given.
Migrants are at a greater risk of NCDs than communicable diseases. Early detection and management can prevent complications.
Social prescribing seeks to support patient's needs holistically. This fact sheet explores how to do this.
Public Health England's quick checklist to see that you have covered all topics at first contact with a new patient
Information from Maternity Action on entitlement to free NHS maternity care
A guide healthcare providers