Health Insurance in Czech Republic

Expats planning to come and live in Czech Republic should already possess a valid health insurance policy prior to their arrival in the country. Those who come from an EU member state may use their EU health card for most medical treatments. Czech nationals and expats who have legal permanent residence are allowed to choose one from the country’s nine public health insurers. In general, the contributions can be as high as 4.5% withholding from the employee’s income.

Cigna Global is a world-renowned medical insurance provider that offer expats in Czech Republic valuable health insurance that lets them protect their families' health needs while in the country or any other global destination. Cigna gives basic, and extensive coverage is offered based on need, with medical and customer care delivered at exceptional quality all year round.

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Bupa Global is one of the largest international health insurers in the world, offering direct access to some of the best facilities and medical professionals worldwide. Standard features include:

- Same level of cover, whether you are at home or away
- Direct access to specialists without referral from a family doctor
- Access to over 1.2 million private hospitals and clinics worldwide
- The freedom to choose where in the world you receive treatment (within your area of cover)

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Foyer Global Health is the expatriate specialist brand by Luxembourg’s leading insurance company Foyer Group. Our health plans are the result of decades of experience with customers from all over the world.
- Delivering first-class client service all over the world, 7 days a week and 24 hours a day
- No yearly maximum plan benefit applies to any of our plans.

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