GP charges ‘for non-EU patients’

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Overseas visitors should be forced to compensate for regulating some GP services as good as ambulances and AE care, a supervision says.

It would save £500m a year and safeguard such patients done a satisfactory contribution, a health secretary said.

Earlier in a year, a supervision indicated it dictated to assign for AE and ambulance care, though this has now been extended to some GP services too.

Doctors’ leaders pronounced GPs should not act as “immigration control”.

Under a proposals, refugees and haven seekers would be giveaway from charges, and nobody would be denied puncture caring during a indicate of need, a supervision said. A conference will start on Monday.

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Visitors from outward a European Economic Area (EEA) – that covers a European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway – already compensate for designed non-urgent sanatorium care.

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