GPs are local family doctors that offer the first point of care for different health problems. GPs provide medical advice, diagnosis of symptoms, prescription of medication, care for chronic disease and referral to specialist services.
Everyone in the UK is entitled to free treatment for TB, and local doctors (GPs) can choose to treat anyone as an NHS patient, regardless of their status in the UK. There is more information on the registration process in this NHS leaflet How to register with a doctor (GP).
If you are unable to register with a GP, there may be organisations locally who can offer you help and advice. Ask a key worker or professional who is close to you for more information.