To ensure that the health service and social care system has the nurses, midwives, doctors, carers and other health professionals that it needs, Mrs May will work to guarantee the status of the 140,000 staff from EU countries.
There will also be a continued investment in medical training to boost UK student numbers.
Immigrants using the NHS will face increased charges, while new NHS will not be issued to patients until their eligibility has been verified.
A new GP contract will be introduced with reforms to hospital consultant contracts.
The Conservatives will recruit up to 10,000 more mental health professionals and ensure that all medical staff have a deeper understanding of mental health.
A new mental health bill will bring parity of esteem with physical health.
Those with savings and property of more than £100,000 must pay for their own social care. Anyone with assets below the figure will receive free care.
Those who receive at-home care will be means-tested in the same was as those in nursing homes.
The manifesto makes no reference to a cap on social care, however Mrs May has said that there will be a limit.
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Labour will commit to more than £30 billion in extra NHS spending over the next Parliament, funded by an increase in income tax for the top five per cent of earners and an increase on tax on private medical insurance.
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The party has pledged to “reverse privatisation of our NHS and return our health service into expert public control”.
EU staff working in health and social care will have their rights guaranteed.
Bursaries and funding for health-related degrees will be re-introduced.
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Mr Corbyn has pledged to introduce a national care service to provide a more “joined-up” approach.
There will be a cap on social care costs and the threshold below which people are entitled to state support will be raised.
These policies will require an additional £3 billion each year, which will be raised by wealth taxes, employer care contributions or a new social care levy.
Labour has also pledged an extra £8 billion for social care funding over the next five years.
Mental health budgets will be ring-fenced and work will be done to “to reverse the damage done to mental health services under this Tory government”.