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Apply For An E111 Card Renewal (EHIC)

If you are looking for an E111 card then you’re in luck. Here at UKEHIC, we can help to provide you with a solution when it comes to your renewal E111. The entire application process for an E111 form replacement is online, and with us, it’s quick, simple and hassle-free.

What Is The E111 Card?

The E111 card was a European health form that would allow access to some form of healthcare in the event of an accident or injury. Whether this was at the local doctors, hospital or pharmacist, the concept behind the E111 card was to help keep travelers as safe as possible, without having to pay extortionate medical fees and bills along the way. The E111 card was however replaced by what is known as the European Health Insurance Card, back in 2005, and while renewing this is not essential, your E111 form will no longer be valid in Europe.

Why Is The E111 Form No Longer Valid?

The simple answer to this is that it has been replaced by the EHIC, which means that your E111 is now no longer needed. This helps to ensure that you no longer have to carry around a number of copies of your E111 form ‘just in case’. All you need when you go on holiday now is just the one EHIC Card that you have. In order to obtain the EHIC card, you will need to carry out an E111 renewal – and that is where we can help.

What Is The European Health Insurance Card Renewal?

The European Health Insurance Card, also known as the EHIC for short and the E111 renewal, will provide you with the access that you need to ensure that you are covered for some forms of public healthcare in the event of a medical emergency. While it is important to remember that your E111 card renewal will not cover you for all of what you may expect, due to your previous experience with the NHS, it can help to provide you with a reduced cost, or free, medical treatment if you need it urgently. Your renewal E111 can help to ensure that you don’t have to pay hugely expensive medical bills when you travel to some countries in Europe – therefore helping to ensure that your holiday remains a success. Nobody wants to consider having an illness or injury while they are enjoying their holiday, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be prepared with an E111 card renewal.

Where Can I Use My E111 Renewal?

There are a number of different countries that you are able to use your E111 form in, once you have renewed it to the new EHIC. This includes all countries within the EU, and the EEA – as well as Switzerland. These countries include:

Your EHIC Card is valid in these countries:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Netherlands (Holland)
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
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How Do I Apply or A E111 Card Renewal?

Applying for an E111 card renewal is quick and simple when you use the services provided by us here at UKEHIC. We aim to ensure that your application is accurate and is likely to be accepted by the government upon submission, however we cannot guarantee that your E111 card renewal will be a success if you do not provide us with accurate information. If you’re struggling to understand the E111 card renewal process, or you simply want to ensure that you have the highest of chances when it comes to your E111 renewal, then make sure that you use our application form today.

How Does The E111 Form Work?

Your E111 form will have provided you with the right to some form of medical treatment within the EU member state countries, when travelling on holiday or on a business trip. It can cover different things depending on the country that you are visiting, but even if it can’t provide you with access to free medical healthcare, it will ensure that you are treated in a similar manner to how a citizen of the country that you are visiting would be treated. If you head on holiday without an E111 card renewal, then you may discover that you will be facing medical bills that are exceptionally high when you return – or even up-front! Your E111, or EHIC, will provide you with a certain level of cover that you can rely on if you need emergency medical attention.

How Long Does The E111 Form Last For?

The E111 can provide you with cover for up to 5 years when UK-issued, but it is important to ensure that you have carried out a renewal of your E111 card prior to your travels. You can renew your E111 form up to six months before it is due to expire, so it is important that you are totally prepared for your holiday by renewing it as soon as you are aware. If it expires while you are on holiday, you will not be covered, so make sure to ensure you apply for a renewal E111 today.

How Much Does The E111 Renewal Help Me To Save?

An E111 renewal is able to save you a substantial amount of money when you’re travelling on holiday. Each individual country will have different rules depending on where you are travelling within the EU. In some countries the renewal E111 will provide you with treatment that is free. In others however, you may have to pay the medical bills in full or partially upfront, and then be able to claim some of this back once you return to the UK, through the E111 form. Medical bills abroad are known to be extremely expensive, so the E111 will provide you with some form of help when travelling.

Is My E111 Card A Substitute For Travel Insurance?

In short, no, your E111 should not be used as a substitute for travel insurance under any circumstances. The entire concept of the E111 card is to ensure that you are covered for some forms of public healthcare in the event of an emergency, but there are a number of things that this might not cover. For example, some countries may not include ambulance rides, blood-tests, x-rays or certain types of medication amongst other things, within the boundaries of the E111 card. If this is the case, then you will need some form of funding to help you out with these additional costs, and this travel insurance is where you can claim this kind of compensation.

There are a number of other circumstances that you will need to consider too when it comes to determining whether or not the E111 renewal is a substitute for travel insurance. Your renewal E111 will not cover you for other problems that can occur when you travel, such as any lost or stolen luggage, private healthcare trips, delays or cancellations to flights, and more. While you should ensure that your E111 card is valid for your trip prior to travelling by carrying out a renewal E111, you should also make sure that you have some form of travel insurance for your trip too.

What Doesn’t The E111 Form Cover Me For?

Once you have carried out a renewal E111 on your E111 form, it is important to know what the E111 can and can’t cover you for. The E111 card will cover you for a huge number of things when it comes to emergency medical treatment if this is necessary during your trip, but there are a number of exceptions to this.

Firstly, you must ensure that you are not travelling to your holiday destination for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or giving birth, as this will automatically result in the cover your E111 card may have provided you, in becoming void.

In addition to this, while there may be some cover on your E111 card renewal if you have a pre-existing medical condition, there can be some limitations when it comes to this – so it is important to determine what these limitations are prior to travelling, so you are not caught up having to pay a huge medical bill. It is also important to remember that the E111 will not cover the costs of any form of repatriation in the event that you need to be flown home.

Will Brexit Impact My E111 Card?

Brexit negotiations are currently underway with the UK government looking to get the best deals for their citizens. However, this has created a lot of uncertainty about whether or not the replacement of the E111 will continue to be valid once Britain leaves the EU. While some sources believe that this could be taken away if negotiations turn sour, the likelihood is that the EHIC will remain in use by UK citizens. With countries like Iceland, Switzerland and more currently able to use the EHIC, despite not being within the EU, the chances of this remaining for UK citizens is high.

This means that even if you are unsure whether or not Brexit will have any form of impact, you should still renew your E111 to benefit from the card at the present moment. The final date that Brexit will be confirmed is March 2019 – but this could be even further away if negotiations cannot be agreed upon.

Carry Out A Renewal E111 With UKEHIC Today!

Carrying out an E111 renewal is imperative before you travel, to ensure that you are protected in case of injury or illness while on holiday. We make the process easier, as we aim to do everything we can to ensure that the E111 form is as accurate as possible to increase your chances of having your submission accepted.

An E111 renewal should be a document that you value as highly as your passport when going on holiday, alongside your travel insurance. This can provide you with a lot of protection from paying costly medical bills so it is imperative that you apply for a renewal E111 before your holiday. It is important to remember that there are a limited number of countries in the world where you can use your EHIC, so make sure to view this prior to your trip – to guarantee that you are covered.

If you have any additional questions relating to the E111 then make sure to check out our FAQs here.

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