Frequently Asked Questions
How do I access my personal information with the NHS?
You can make a request in writing, by email or over the phone to the NHS. Full details on how to contact them can be found here. To gain access to this information you will need to provide two forms of proof of primary documentation (birth certificate, driving licence, passport) and two forms of secondary documentation (utility bill, bank statement, tax certificate etc..)
How do I update my NHS details?
That depends on which part of the NHS you’d like to update (hospital, GP or dentistry). You’ll need to update them all individually. Some you can do online, but for the majority you will need to call them and let them know about your change of details or change of address.
How do I access my medical records UK?
How do I change my address for my NHS pension?
You only need to execute a change of address for your NHS pension if you’re already in receipt of it. To update your pension, head over to their services hub. You can also contact NHS Pensions on 345 1212522. If you are overseas, then dial: +44 121 283 0303
Change address on NHS Medical Card
If you want to change address on your NHS Medical Card you will need to follow the bespoke instructions at the back of the card. Your location (Ireland/England/Scottland) might affect what actions you need to undertake to update the address on the NHS Medical Card.