Healthcare in United Kingdom
Healthcare in the United Kingdom is completely a devolved matter, which means Northern Ireland, Wales, England and Scotland each have their own public and privately funded healthcare system along with various alternative complementary and holistic treatments.
There are various priorities and policies of different countries that has resulted in varied difference that exist between systems. Each and every country caters to public healthcare to all permanent residents of United Kingdom which is free at the point of need. These are being paid for from general taxation.
In addition to this, each country also has a private healthcare sector which is considerably smaller compared to its public equivalent that has various provision of private healthcare that are acquired by means of private health insurance.
These are paid directly by the customer or are funded as part of an employer funded healthcare scheme . Although provisions are genarally restricted for those with conditions such as AIDS or HIV.