When you travelled in Europe, you used to need an E111 Card to cover some or all of your health costs when travelling in participating countries. The E111 has now been replaced by the EHIC Card renewal, but the principle is the same. Just as with the E111 Health Card, you benefit from NHS funded health insurance – although it is still wise to combine this with your own private health insurance. Also like the E111 form, the new ehic cards are available via the NHS for free. EHIC renewal application forms are things of the past, but we’ll make sure your EHIC application is submitted correctly and that you benefit from a 24 hour helpline if you have any questions. Renewing your E111 from couldn’t be simpler – read on to learn more.
Your EHIC Card is valid in these countries:
- Czech Republic
- Netherlands (Holland)
About The EHIC Card Renewal
If you haven’t travelled in Europe for a while, you may remember that E111 cards gave you a certain amount of health insurance. While they have been replaced by the EHIC, the new cards work in the same way in most European countries. If you get sick or ill while you are abroad, you still benefit from the same kind of assistance the E111 card offered.
Brexit and the EHIC Card Renewal
There is a lot of people wondering if they should apply for an EHIC Card Renewal right now with Brexit putting the E111 card at threat, however, it is still possible, and worthwhile applying for an E111 Renewal right now, as you are still going to be covered, and there has not been any final decision if the E111 (now call EHIC card is going to be stopped or not). Until there is certain news that the EHIC card renewal is not worth applying for, it is still an essential item that everybody should be taking with them on a trip throughout Europe. See below how to apply for an EHIC card renewal (which replaced the old E111 renewal form), or simply apply through the form at the top of this page.
Apply For An E111 Renewal
We can’t get you an E111 Card, but we can complete the modern day version of the E111 application for you. This will ensure you get a replacement EHIC Card renewal quickly and with minimum fuss – so you enjoy all the benefits of the E111 Renewal when travelling in Europe. When you ask us to apply, we’ll take care of everything and give you 24/7 support. If you’re curious to know the difference between the EHIC renewal application travel insurance and the new system, contact us – we’re happy to help.
EHIC Card Renewal Process
If you need to renew or replace your E111 Card, we can help, or apply for an EHIC card renewal, We’ll take care of your application for a new, replacement E111 Card that will give you all the benefits that you enjoyed with your old E111 card insurance. We’ll make sure renewing your E111 card with the new type of card is hitch-free, and you’ll be glad to know that the E111 forms are now things of the past. Better still, when your new card comes up for renewal, we’ll alert you – a service the NHS doesn’t offer, and one that makes sure you are always covered when you travel in Europe.