Note: The gov.uk website advises that; “Ordinary Residence means, broadly, living in the UK on a lawful, voluntary and properly settled basis for the time being. A PERSON who is not Ordinarily Resident in this country at the time of treatment is not automatically entitled to NHS hospital treatment free of charge. A PERSON who is Ordinarily Resident is not subjected to this charging regime."
For further information on Ordinarily Resident, see the Department of Health and Social Care part of the gov.uk website at: Guidance on overseas visitors hospital charging regulations.
This supporting information is also known by these names: