Frequently Asked Questions
What does the EHIC card entitle me to?
|The EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) provides you with medical treatment in most countries within the European Union (EU) and also can be used within Switzerland free of charge. You can apply by clicking here. |
Which countries can I use my EHIC card in?
|The EHIC card can be used within all countries within the European Union (EU) and also can be used within Switzerland. |
WI do not have my EHIC card on my persons am I still covered?
|In the event an EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) cannot or is not be presented to a medical practice you will be required to pay. We strongly recommend all clients travel with the EHIC card on their persons with accurate and up to date information. If you have lost your EHIC card or yours is damaged you can apply for a new one by clicking here. |
Do children require their own EHIC card?
|Children require their own EHIC card in order to receive medical treatment. The card must be shown at any medical practice when treatment is required. You can apply by putting yourself as the main applicant and adding your child. By doing this, your child will receive their own EHIC card. You can apply by clicking here. |
I require to update or amend my:
|• Forename or Surname |
• Date of Birth
• National Insurance Number
In the event you require any of the above to be updated or amended please apply using our simple application using your updated details. You can apply by clicking here.
Some of my cards details are incorrect do I require another EHIC card?
|We recommend for all EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) holders to keep their details accurate and up to date as some hospitals or medical practices may refuse your EHIC card if your EHIC card when used is not up to date or accurate. You can apply by clicking here. |