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Our public health service (NHS) is free to all and is paid for by anyone that works by paying National Insurance Contributions out of their salary. It is a good system in principle, however with bariatric surgery ( and other treatments) it is a postcode (zip code) lottery whether you get the treatment. In each district their is a Primary Care Trust and this committee makes the rules for each district. Now if you want to pay for your treatment you can by private medical insurance or your own money. Some NHS hospitals offer private care or there are private clinics. Now some private clinics take nhs patients and the monsy from the PCT follows them. This is a bit simplified but I hope it gives some insight.
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