Britain has agreements with several countries on health care and social security, but the agreements are concluded by many Commonwealth states. Access to health care in Spain will remain the same after the day of release, regardless of the Brexit scenario. This is because the UK and Spain have taken steps to ensure that people living in each country continue to have access to health care, as they currently do, with their S1 forms. Holders of the CEVK in the United Kingdom in Spain and those who have planned treatment in Spain with an S2 form can also have access to health care in the same way in Spain until 31 December 2020. The UK government is now working closely with Spain to agree how this will work in practice. The Spanish government`s guidelines on access to health care and Brexit are available here: www.lamoncloa.gob.es/lang/en/brexit/Paginas/index.aspx Niall Dickson, Director General of the NHS Confederation and co-chair of the Brexit Health Alliance, gave evidence to the EU Civil Liberties Committee on Brexit and stressed the interest of the Confederation and the Alliance in maintaining the EU-UK mutual health agreements. 8 weeks before your trip, you`ll find the latest country health mentions from the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC) on the TravelHealthPro website. Each country page provides information on vaccine recommendations, current health risks or outbreaks, as well as fact sheets on staying abroad. Instructions are also available through NHS (Scotland) on the FitForTravel website.
National Student Health Service In the UK What is the treatment offered free of charge? What treatment do I have to pay for? Has my country reached an agreement on mutual health care with the United Kingdom? Where will I receive medical treatment? How do I register with a doctor? How do I manage a medical emergency? (2) Note that the United Kingdom considers „temporary stay“ to be a stay of up to six months. New Zealanders travelling to the UK for more than six months will continue to have access to the National Health Service, but will be required to pay a health supplement for immigration issues from 6 April 2016 as part of their visa application. For more information, please visit the www.gov.uk website. Make sure you have comprehensive health insurance before you travel to Australia.