Exempt from Charge Service

The National Health Service (Overseas Visitors Hospital Charging Regulations) states that a PERSON has to pay for NHS hospital healthcare unless the SERVICE they are receiving is an Exempt From Charge Service.

Description

Exempt From Charge Service  is a SERVICE  for which no charge may be made to a PERSON.

The National Health Service (Overseas Visitors Hospital Charging Regulations)  states that a  PERSON has to pay for NHS hospital healthcare unless the SERVICE they are receiving is an Exempt From Charge Service.

For further information on Exempt from Charge Services, see the Department of Health and Social Care  part of the gov.uk website at: Guidance on overseas visitors hospital charging regulations.

Also Known As

This NHS business definition is also known by these names:

Context Alias
Plural Exempt from Charge Services