How National Health Services Compare across UK Countries

Prescription charges are different in England than the rest of the UK.

There are no charges for prescriptions in Northern Ireland, Wales or Scotland. A charge of £7.40 is required for citizens in England for patients over the age of 16, or 19 if a full time student, and under the age of 59. Other exceptions include medication for contraception and prescription medication for low income patients.

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