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NHS charges

NHS charging and entitlements to free prescriptions.

3 Help with health costs

Most NHS treatment is free, but there are a number of things for which there may be charges, such as prescriptions, dental treatment and sight tests. This tells you what you might be able to get help with, and whether you might be entitled.
Provided by Adviceguide from Citizens Advice
7 Charges and optical voucher values - HC12 (PDF)

Lists NHS charges including prescriptions, wigs and fabric support, dental treatment, sight tests and glasses.
Provided by Department of Health
5 Claiming health benefits

What health benefits can you get? Your rights to free treatment including eye tests, NHS hospital & dental treatment. Registering with a doctor.
Provided by TheSite
8 Health benefits (PDF)

Most NHS treatment is free but charges can be made for prescriptions, dental treatment and eye care. Explains the various health charges and helps you to work out whether you will have to pay none, some, or all of these health costs.
Provided by Help the Aged
9 Dental care and older people

Explains NHS dental care in England, paying for NHS treatment and help with NHS dental charges for those on a low income. Includes information on taking care of teeth and gums for people over 60.
Provided by Age Concern

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