Bilateral Healthcare Agreement With The Uk

Any EU national (or economically active third-country national) residing in the United Kingdom and settling in the EEA or Switzerland may have access to state-provided healthcare by paying the same taxes as nationals of that country or persons entitled to public healthcare. After the UK leaves the EU, some people may choose to return the UK. UK nationals residing in the EU whose healthcare is currently funded by the UK have access to free NHS care when they travel temporarily to England, Scotland and Wales. UK nationals living in the EU are entitled to NHS care if they return permanently to the UK (including Northern Ireland) and complete the normal residence test. Emergency and emergency services and services, deemed urgent or immediate, are always provided free of charge at the place of delivery first in the UK, with entitlement to NHS care then being set. . . .