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Much has been written about the plight of the NHS and its dedicated doctors and nurses. There are some reciprocal healthcare agreements in place for citizens of the EU and other countries which mean that medical services are available as for local residents but it is too complicated and varied to explain here. Always advisable to have additional insurance when travelling. Having said that, emergency treatment continues to free to all in need.  In the event of life threatening illness or injury call t. 999 Listed here are the main NHS emergency departments (A&E or Casualty) in Edinburgh. Please note that these emergency departments are for life threatening illnesses and injuries. They are not for telephone consultations, second opinions on existing conditions or treatment of minor injuries.Please consider carefully if you really need medical attention from the A&E department. In most cases your condition will be assessed and you will be seen in order of gravity.

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