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As a foreigner living in Scotland, will I have access to public healthcare? What is it like?

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We asked expats in Scotland if they have access to public healthcare in Scotland. And, if they do have access, what is it like. They wrote...

"Yes, as a foreigner living in Scotland, you will have access to public healthcare. Scotland's National Health Service (NHS) provides free healthcare to all permanent residents, regardless of nationality. The NHS provides a wide range of services, including general practice, hospital care, mental health services, and community health services. The quality of care is generally high, and the NHS is well-regarded for its commitment to providing quality healthcare to all," remarked another expat in Scotland.

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