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Within this guide we will explain which overseas visitors can access the NHS and how they can access NHS care. We have included information for students, tourists, asylum seekers and refugees.
Ready Steady Baby!
What benefits you can claim to support you and your new baby in Scotland
There are 7 screening programmes in Scotland. Some of these are only offered to men, and others are only for women. Find out who'll be offered which screening tests and why
There are 6 breast screening centres in Scotland. You'll have your screening test at one of these centres or at a mobile screening unit. Find out where your nearest test centre is, and how to contact them.
Introduction to communicating and participating with NHS services including your rights and your responsibilities. These include organ and tissue donation, refusing care and treatment, along with other topics.
We explain how you register with a dentist, what your dental treatment might involve and how much you can expect to pay for your treatment.
There are 8 abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening centres across Scotland. Find out where your nearest test centre is, and how to contact them.
If you’re unhappy with the NHS care or treatment you've received in Scotland, you have a right to complain using the NHS complaints procedure. Find out who to contact at your health board to leave feedback
- NHS Ayrshire and Arran
- NHS Borders
- NHS Dumfries and Galloway
- NHS Fife
- NHS Forth Valley
- NHS Grampian
- NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
- NHS Highland
- NHS Lanarkshire
- NHS Lothian
- NHS Orkney
- NHS Shetland
- NHS Tayside
- NHS Western Isles
- NHS 24
- Golden Jubilee National Hospital
- Scottish Ambulance Service
- The State Hospital
You have the right to give feedback or make a complaint about any care you receive from the NHS in Scotland - including hospitals, GPs, pharmacies and dentists. Find out how to make a complaint about these services and who can support you to do this.