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HEALTH CARE Student financial help can be hard to get, and it is a particularly worrying issue when it comes to paying for healthcare. Everybody gets ill from time to time or may need some form of treatment, so where can you get a bit of extra student financial help to ensure you don’t go into debt for the sake of your health? Well, you may not actually know this but there is some specific student financial help available in the field of healthcare, so you don’t have to foot the bill alone.

Treatment on the NHS is, on the most part, free. However, many basic tests and commonly used support is charged for such things like:

1. NHS Prescriptions
2. Dental Charges
3. Wig and Fabric Supports
4. Sight Tests
5. Glasses and Contact Lenses
6. Travel for treatment by a consultant

To get some financial help with these costs you should fill in a HC1 form (NHS Help for those with low incomes) to get a HC2 certificate that proves to anyone who requests it that you qualify for help. You cannot claim for help if you or your partner has 16,000 or more in savings, property or any money, but as students you're most likely not going to be in that position.
 

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