Advice for Ukrainian and Russian refugees entering the UK on how to access NHS services

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 image-20220331085542-1.jpegimage-20220331085643-2.jpegèHow to join Station Drive Surgery and see a doctor here / як приєднатися до Station Drive Surgery і звернутися до лікаря тут


image-20220331085542-1.jpegè Guide to the NHS - English


image-20220331085643-2.jpeg è Путівник по NHS - укр  (Guide to the NHS - Ukranian)


image-20220331085657-3.jpegè Путеводитель по NHS - русский  (Guide to the NHS - Russian)



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Update from Shropshire PCN 6th May 2022:

As Ukrainian refugees start to arrive in the county, the NHS and local councils are gearing up to provide specialised support. Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has created a dedicated page on its website to help Ukrainian refugees access important healthcare information. The page will act has a hub for guidance on using NHS services as well as signposting to other organisations that can help. Click here to take a look. 

It is important that refugees arriving in the UK register with their local GP practice as soon as possible, and not wait until they are ill.

Refugees do not need ID, proof of address or immigration status to register with their local practice – access is available for all.

GP practices are being asked to provide an initial health consultation for all arriving refugees. This consultation will include discussion about medical needs, update immunisations, issue any necessary medication and referrals to specialists if required.

Pregnant women are being urged to book an appointment with either a doctor or midwife at practices, to ensure the right antenatal care is provided for both mother and baby.

Please call the practice on 01584 872461  to register and book an initial appointment.

Homes for Ukraine - latest update from Shropshire Council 7th May 2022:

Several community support hubs have been set up across Shropshire to support Ukraine guests who’ve arrived in the county.
The hubs offer a place where individuals and families can get together to socialise, make new friends and seek support, including accessing clothes, toys, food and sim cards for mobile phones.
Read more here:

Published: Mar 31, 2022