People in Guernsey will now have to pay more for emergency hospital treatment.
Some A & E charges are increasing by more than 25%.
It is the first time costs have gone up since 2017.
The charge will depend on the time and day, with a consultation fee ranging from minor to critical, depending on the required treatment.
Children and young people under the age of 18 visiting the Emergency Department are only required to pay £25 regardless of the treatment required.
Deputy Al Brouard, President of the Committee for Health & Social Care
Deputy Al Brouard, President of the Committee for Health & Social Care said: "It is unfortunate that it's quite a hike but it does reflect the quality of the service we're providing and of course, it's never very cheap to have anything done in an emergency - whether that's calling out a plumber or seeing a lawyer or any other professional in an emergency. It is an expensive service to provide."
Islanders on income support will continue to have their attendance and consultation funded by Employment & Social Security and will not need to pay for their consultation at the time.