If you need to see a doctor or get hospital treatment during a trip to another EU country, having your European Health Insurance Card with you will make administration and reimbursement for public health care much easier.
Remember that health care and social security systems vary from one EU country to another. In some countries you might have to pay the doctor or the hospital directly for treatment, even though you may not normally do that in your home country. You can find information about the healthcare system in the country you visit from a national healthcare institution, a National Contact Point, through the EHIC smartphone application, or by selecting a country from the list below:
- Czech Republic
For all nationals of Iceland, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Türkiye, we advise you to contact in advance your insurance company or your health insurance system to get all the necessary information before your departure.
Also, for all EU nationals travelling to Iceland, Lichtenstein, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Türkiye, we advise you to contact in advance your insurance or your health insurance system to get all the necessary information before your departure as it might be necessary to take out extra travel medical insurance.