Request European Health Card/Certificate Alternative Interim

Data of the proceedings
3 months

The European Health Card (TSE) is a personal document and non-transferable paper that determines the right to receive health benefits through public health systems, under identical conditions that local residents, during a temporary stay in the territory of the European Union, the european economic area (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), united kingdom or switzerland.

The TRIBUNAL is sent to their homes during a period not exceeding ten days. If the trip is imminent and it cannot be expected that period, the scheme may also apply for a Provisional Certificate Alternative Service (CPS), which can be obtained immediately

The use of TSE/CPS is conditional upon the holder to continue as a participant in the society in General. In another case, the costs arising could be claimed in the concept of undue benefits.

The use of TSE/CPS will not be valid when the minor has the purpose medical treatment for an injury or illness which had the patient before travelling.

When the system of public health of the country of stay is subjected to any partial payment by the user (co), the scheme may be requested for the return of the co-payment in the form and with the conditions laid down in the contract of insurance for assistance in the rate for stays of less than 120 days. More information: Reimbursement of expenses abroad .



Only for presentation person: APPLICATION OF EUROPEAN HEALTH CARD .

Key icon To request cards or certificates provisions must be registered as owner. The scheme will be achieved through identification the system Cl@ve so you will need to be discharged in that system or have dni-electrónico or one of the digital certificates admitted .

See the technical requirements access to online.

May submit the application form in the central services or the provincial branches of the society in General, or in any other places under article 16 (4) of law 39/2015, of Common Administrative Procedure of the public authorities.