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posted 2 years ago
Can British citizens living abroad use the NHS?
  • United Kingdom
  • Immigration Law
  • Public Law

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Deleted user
posted 2 years ago
"British citizens living abroad can access the NHS for urgent and emergency care, but they may have to pay for other types of care. The NHS is a taxpayer-funded health service in the United Kingdom, so British citizens who live abroad are still entitled to use it. However, they may have to pay for treatment if it has not considered urgent or an emergency. For example, routine dental or optical treatment may not be free. If you're a British citizen living abroad and need medical care, you should check with the relevant authorities in your country to see what services are available and how much you will have to pay."