In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) provides a range of health services free of charge to people who need medical treatment. It does it through family doctors (called GPs which stands for General Practitioners), clinics, hospitals, dentists, maternity services, opticians and chemists. The NHS can also help with contraception or family planning.  There are some NHS treatments that patients have to pay for but certain treatments are free for all.


•  Finding and registering with a GP

•  Non-urgent medical treatment

•  Emergency Medical Treatment

•  Medicines