Health Information

Health Information, including; Health Guides, Local and National Health Resources, help from your Pharmacist, getting the most out of consultations, NHS Choices Health A-Z and more.

In this Section

Health Guides
Health Guides and Medical Information for Patients. Includes guides on Self Help, Medicines to keep at home, pregnancy, dental and eye problems, alcohol and lots more.
Your Medical Information
Your Medical Information: Sharing Information in Your Medical Records, Patient Medical Records, GP2GP and Patient Access Medical Record Viewer.
Consultation Documents
Consultation Documents and Leaflets. These are documents that your doctor may refer you to during consultations. They may not be relevant to all patients.
Your Health Resources
Your Health Resources. Here patients can find local and national internet based medical resources categorised by health problem.
Clinical Research Opportunities
Clinical Research Opportunities. You may be interested to know that we are working with the Synexus Clinical Research who are looking for participants to take part in clinical trials that could not only contribute in the development of study medicines, which will in turn help future generations, but also potentially help you with your condition.
Common problems your pharmacist can help with
Every year, millions of us visit our GP with minor health problems that our local pharmacist could resolve.
Getting the most out of your consultation
In Great Britain, patients on average have just seven minutes with their GP. Here is some advice on how to get the most out of your consultation.
NHS Choices Health A-Z
Health A-Z - A comprehensive guide to Conditions and treatments on NHS Choices.
NHS Choices – How to register a comment
How to register a patient comment on NHS Choices.
Patient.info
The same info as provided by GPs to patients during consultations, health / disease leaflets, patient support organisations, all about medicines, interactive patient experience forum.
Organ Donation Register
More than 10,000 people in the UK currently need a transplant. Of these, 1000 each year - that's three a day - will die because there are not enough organs available. Please help us to turn people’s good intentions about organ donation into action by registering on the NHS Organ Donor Register.

Health Warning

Whilst the advice offered on this website is relevant for most people, please see our Medical Disclaimer.