I should arguably know the answer to this but I don’t and I’m wondering if anybody else does. I’m in the process of trying to move. I’m not planning on moving far but I can see a time coming when I will not be able to drive and driving is essential while I live in my current flat so I need to change this while I can. Flats aren’t selling well in my area (maybe not in any area) and so if I get a buyer at a realistic price, I need to accept their offer and move in a reasonable timescale but this means I may have to move out before I have found somewhere else to buy.
Alongside the very many concerns that I have about this, I have no idea what I do in terms of making sure that I stay registered with a GP during a possible short-term period of not actually having a fixed address.
Access to my GP practice is still extremely limited and getting an appointment is pretty much impossible - last time I tried to get an appointment I was just referred to the nearest Walk-In Centre which I can access without being registered as far as I understand - but I obviously need to stay registered with my GP in terms of accessing my prescriptions and, I guess, maintaining appointments with specialists at the hospital, although my next planned appointment is not for some time so I should be sorted before then.
If the above situation does arise, I could try saying nothing until I have moved into a new flat and then re-register with a new GP if necessary but I would prefer to be above board if I can so I’m just wondering if anybody has any information or advice on managing the situation?