Health insurance especially for internationals


There is an insurance provider called ‘Loonzorg’ which offers health care insurances especially for internationals in the Netherlands.

LoonZorg offers amongst others, the ‘Low Premium No Risk Policy’ which covers the excess amount of € 385 and includes extra coverage for repatriation and emergency dental care. Also, it has a low premium of € 95,40 per month. Check here for more details and to see if LoonZorg suits your needs.

If you are new to the Netherlands or want to look at the possibilities of changing your health insurance before January 1st, you can have a look here at the Healthcare for Internationals information page, to learn more about health insurances in the Netherlands.

The basic Dutch health insurance policy offers a universal package for everyone over the age of 18 years, this is regardless of age or state of health. It is illegal for health insurance companies to refuse an application or impose special conditions. The Dutch government decides every year, what is covered and what the compulsory excess is. If you don’t take out insurance while you are required to do so, you risk a fine.

In some cases, your employer will organize and offer corporate healthcare insurance. You can check with your employer if this applies to you. If your employer doesn’t offer corporate health insurance, you may check websites that compare all health insurance providers like this one: Zorgwijzer

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