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Rates for medical emergency treatment of foreign citizens

Algeria

The patient must be able to prove his Algerian identity with av social insurance card or a passport. For non-institutional emergency care the rate is SEK 250. For emergency care in hospital: SEK 100/24 hours. The social insurance office is to be invoiced for the balance up to the national agreement sum. A copy of the patient's identification papers is to be sent to the social insurance office.

Australia

The patient must be able to prove his identity with a passport or a social insurance card. For non-institutional emergency care the rate is SEK 250. For emergency care in hospital: SEK 100/24 hours. The social insurance office is to be invoiced for the balance up to the national agreement sum. A copy of the patient's identification papers is to be sent to the social insurance office.

Belgium

Falls under the EEA agreement and aplies to employees, self-employed people or members of their family and resident citizens of Belgium. The rules apply on temporary visits to Sweden and when the need of care has came up during the stay here. The patient must be able to prove his insurance affiliation with the EU-card.

The patient pays SEK 250 for non-institutional emergency care. The social insurance office is to be invoiced for the balance up to the national agreement sum. A copy of the patient´s EU-card is to be enclosed. Patients without an EU-card pay the full amount for noninstitutional emergency care according to the national agreement sum i.e. SEK 2.195 For emergency care in hospital the patient pays SEK 100/24 hours if he has an EU-card. The social insurance office is to be invoiced for the balance up to the investigation form for EEA citizens can be used for hospital care on condition that the form is filled in properly.

Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Croatia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxenburg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Spain, Great Britain, Germany, Hungary, Austria

See regulations for Belgium

Denmark

The patient must be able to prove his Danish identity. The patient pays SEK 250 for non-institutional emergency care. The social insurance office is to be invoiced for the balance up to the national agreement sum.  For emergency care in hospital the patient pays SEK 100/24 hours. The social insurance office is to be invoiced for the balance up to the national agreement sum. A copy of the patient's identification papers is to be sent to the social insurance office.

Finland

See regulations for Denmark

Iceland

See regulations for Denmark

Israel

The convention only applies to maternity care. The patient must be able to present a certificate from a competent authority (social insurance office). For emergency care in hospital the patient pays SEK 100/24 hours. The social insurance office is to be invoiced for the balance up to the national agreement sum.

Norway

See regulations for Denmark

Quebec

People from the state of Quebec who work or study in Sweden and members of their family pay the same amount as Swedes pay for medical treatment. (Time of stay maximum 1 year.) The social insurance office is to be invoiced for the balance up to the national agreement sum. This applies to non-institutional as well as hospital care. The patient is to present an insurance card from Quebec and a labour permit or a certificate of enrolment at an educational institution in Sweden study allowances legislation.

Other countries

Patients from other countries pay full charges for non-institutional as well as hospital care according to the national agreement sum.

 

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Yvonne Stolt
Region Jönköpings län
Hälso- och sjukvårdsavdelningen 
036-32 42 06

Uppdaterad: 2017-04-19
Yvonne Stolt, Folkhälsa och sjukvård, Verksamhetsnära funktion