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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by Rustychain on Today at 06:07:12 AM »
This table shows UK state pension age, if that helps. It may not be relevant to Levi's question, but here it is anyway!

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/310231/spa-timetable.pdf
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by levissima on Yesterday at 08:38:28 PM »
Thanks everyone
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by GeordieBorn on Yesterday at 08:03:03 PM »
Does anyone know if you must apply or if health care is automatically free after you reach 65?
I suspect (if you have an S1), you need to get a form E01 from the ASL. Just asked someone who has done so and they were told the form (E01) is then to be shown each time you need treatment and you get it free.
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by PJM on Yesterday at 10:50:56 AM »
65 ?  retirement age is not 65 in the Uk for people  born after around 1955 s . It's  66 + now and will probably rise.
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by Berti on Yesterday at 10:09:19 AM »
If you receive state pension from UK you can request your S1form from UK gov. once received take it to commune to register, only if you are resident here..... This is whilst we are still in EU not sure what will happen after Brexit
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Free health care after 65
« Last post by levissima on Yesterday at 09:40:54 AM »
Does anyone know if you must apply or if health care is automatically free after you reach 65?
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When we inquired we mentioned we were British and had residency. it's frustrating to have so many conflicting sources, it makes it difficult to budget and make plans.
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I think it likely they have freedom to do what they like with non-EU people, but they will be tied by EU rules for EU nationals, so whatever Italians pay, others from the EU will pay. I've seen these rates officially somewhere, so will try to dig the site up again.
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: New voluntary contribution rates for health care
« Last post by Wheppy on March 07, 2018, 12:46:58 PM »
After 5 yrs of residency are voluntary contributions waived?
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: New voluntary contribution rates for health care
« Last post by Wheppy on March 07, 2018, 12:45:48 PM »
Thanks VV. This is what we want to clarify.
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