Welcome to the History of the NHS website

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Welcome to the History of the NHS website. We are here to provide you with all the info and resources you might desire regarding History of the NHS. The NHS is still free for anyone who is a resident of the United Kingdom at the point of use. This means that it currently services over sixty million people. It performs everything from routine treatments for colds and coughs, to antenatal screening , to major surgeries such as open heart surgery, end-of-life care, as well as accident and emergency treatment.

National Health Services in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are managed separately, but funded centrally via national taxation. There are some differences in these national systems but on the whole they are identical in most respects, and typically thought of and discussed as being a unified, single system. The National Health Services most commonly provided services are GP services, hospital services, pharmacies , emergency and urgent care, eye care, dental services, mental health services and social care services.

The National Health Service is constantly changing in order to give you greater choice over your healthcare . Increased choice gives you a chance to make positive health changes, but this is only possible when you have all the information you might need in order to make the decision that is most suitable for you. Our website is here to help you find the information you need, so please get in touch with us if you wish to know more about History of the NHS.

 

Please Note:

This website has nothing to do with the old Cradle of the NHS website.

For more information regarding Cradle of the NHS please contact them directly at Aneurin Bevan House, 40 Castle Street, Tredegar, NP22 3DQ or via pressoffice@cradleofnhs.org.uk.