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Check the guidance for the country you're travelling to The EHIC is not an alternative to travel insurance and you should have both when you travel abroad.
If you're using an EHIC issued by the UK, this will still be valid until the UK leaves the EU or if your treatment started before exit day.
This means you may have to make a patient contribution to the cost of your care.
Find out more in our country guides In some countries, patients are expected to directly contribute a percentage towards the cost of their state-provided treatment. If you receive treatment under this type of healthcare system, you're expected to pay the same co-payment charge as a patient from that country.
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It includes information about healthy eating, active living, disease and injury prevention and other health programs and services offered by the Ontario government.
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But if the birth happens unexpectedly, the EHIC will cover the cost of all medical treatment linked to the birth for mother and baby.
The EHIC covers the provision of oxygen and kidney dialysis, although you'll have to arrange and pre-book these treatments before you go on holiday. Check that you're not booked with a private healthcare provider, as these are not covered by the EHIC.
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The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) may not be valid if there's a no-deal Brexit.