Help with health costs

A quick guide to help with health costs - HC12

Format: Booklet DL

The National Health Service (NHS) is, mainly, for the benefit of people living in the United Kingdom (UK). If a person is accepted for NHS treatment it is generally free, although there can be charges for some things. You need to meet the conditions described in this booklet to be exempt from charges for NHS treatment.

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Are you claiming free dental treatment?

Format: Booklet A5

This downloadable leaflet contains information on eligibility for patients to help them understand whether they're entitled to free dental treatment and let them know about other ways of getting help with their costs.

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Are you claiming free treatment? (factsheet)

Format: Factsheet A4

Don't assume you're entitled! Certain groups don't have to pay NHS dental treatment charges. You should always check with your dentist whether your treatment is private or NHS. If you're entitled to free NHS treatment and the treatment you receive is a mixture of NHS and private, you will still have to pay for the private treatment.

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Claim for for a refund of optical charges - HC5(O)

Format: Form A4

This form can be used to claim back the cost of a sight test, glasses or contact lenses on low income grounds.

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Maximum Order: 100


Claim form for a refund of NHS dental charges - HC5(D)

Format: Form A4

This form can be used to claim back the cost of NHS dental treatment for people on a low income who may be entitled to a refund.

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Maximum Order: 100


Claim form for a refund of travel costs to receive NHS treatment - HC5(T)

Format: Form A4

You can claim help with the cost of travel if you are on a low income and have made an additional journey to receive NHS care following a referral by a doctor (GP or hospital doctor) or dentist.

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Maximum Order: 100


Help with health costs (HC11)

Format: Booklet DL

The National Health Service (NHS) is, mainly, for the benefit of people living in the United Kingdom (UK). If a person is accepted for NHS treatment it is generally free, although there can be charges for some things. You need to meet the conditions described in this booklet to be exempt from charges for NHS treatment.

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Not all benefits entitle you to free dental treatment (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

A downloadable poster featuring a mobile phone is suitable for use outside dental practice settings.

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Not all benefits entitle you to free dental treatment - dentist (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

A downloadable A4 poster for use in dental practices to help encourage patients to check whether they're entitled to free dental treatment. You can use the online eligibility checker at nhs.uk/checkbeforeyoutick.

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