GP - moving from England to Scotland

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Anonymous #1
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Hi, I'll be starting at a Scottish uni after moving from England as a student and I can't figure out how changing my gp / sexual health clinic and prescriptions work. Will I have to pay for prescriptions in Scotland as an English student? Do I have things sent over from my English GP?

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You fill out a form at the new gp, they’ll get your records transferred and that’s it.
You shouldn’t have to pay for anything that you don’t already
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(Original post by WantBeAnonymous)
You fill out a form at the new gp, they’ll get your records transferred and that’s it.
You shouldn’t have to pay for anything that you don’t already
Perfect, thank you, lots of confusing new stuff to consider.
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All prescriptions are free is Scotland so you shouldn't have to pay for anything at all, not just stuff you don't pay for already. I got very ill in freshers week and was shocked that I didn't have to pay for the several medications they gave me!
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