Global Support

This section provides up-to-date information and resources to help answer questions about visas, immigration and gaining access to healthcare in the UK.

The Haemophilia Society is a UK-wide charity and we do not have specific expertise outside the UK. If you are moving abroad, we recommend contacting the Haemophilia Society in the country you are moving to.

The Haemophilia Society cannot provide medical, diagnostic or treatment advice. We recommend you speak directly to your haemophilia centre or physician regarding your healthcare concerns.

The Haemophilia Society does NOT have access to any treatment or medical supplies.

For more information and support, visit The World Federation of Hemophilia

Guidance for Displaced People

The European Haemophilia Consortium (EHC) has published guidance and information for people with bleeding disorders…
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Booklets in Other Languages

As a small charity, The Haemophilia Society does not have the funding to translate all…
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Moving to the UK

Living, Working and Studying in the UK The UK remains a popular destination for people…
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Accessing NHS healthcare for visitors coming to the UK

Important Note: The information below applies only to England. The healthcare systems in Scotland, Wales,…
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Moving Abroad

Moving abroad is an exciting adventure, but it also requires careful planning. The Haemophilia Society’s…
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Returning to the UK to settle

As a UK citizen returning home, you can use the National Health Service (NHS) just…
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