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What the NHS lost last year

5th June 2008

The NHS reportedly lost £489 million last year due to foreign governments not reimbursing it for treating foreigners who fell ill while here on holiday.

Britain paid £527 million in the same year to cover costs of UK tourists treated in Europe.


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Article Information

Title: What the NHS lost last year
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 7021
Date Added: 5th Jun 2008



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