Q&A - 2019 Healthcare helpguide
The list of your questions answered in our helpguide
Thank you to the many readers who sent in questions for this year’s Healthcare helpguide.
A final selection has been made and below are the questions which have been answered in the guide.
Questions and answers:
My French Cpam is incompetent and inefficient – who can help?
Health rights on closing a firm in France
Can I defer my pensions and have S1 in France?
Travel healthcare for non-EU residents in France
French Gym asked for a medical certificate – is that usual?
Is hospital transport reimbursable in France?
Does France reimburse the anti-HIV pill PrEP?
Is arthritis treatment 100% reimbursed in France?
Obtaining EHIC repayment from Cpam in France
Will nationality change cost me?
Help with spinal injuries in France
How long is a prescription for medicine valid for in France?
Why can I not cancel French health policy with a month’s notice?
Are you always penalised for not seeing your own GP in France?
Tooth filling had to be redone – should I pay?
What you need to pack for a French hospital stay
Can I change the way I access my Carte Vitale?
What is SOS Médecins and who can make use of it?
Effect of Brexit on healthcare in France
Reimbursement for visitor in France from the UK
Is there a cap on extra charges for healthcare in France?
Can a mutuelle refuse cover for age reasons?
Do Britons in France need a ‘top-up’ mutuelle policy?
My husband has died, am I entitled to healthcare in France?
Coming to France as a jobseeker
How can we save on top-up medical insurance in France?
Effect of Brexit on second home owners in France
Can my wife become a dependent on my S1 form
What restrictions are there on who may give blood in France?
Are contact lenses reimbursed in France?
Cancer: the ‘right for it to be forgotten’
Can self-employed choose their health caisse?
The French ‘power of attorney’: What are the options?
Using an EHIC in France
Making a ‘living will’ in France
French private health screening
Will benefits be cut at 65?
Law on ‘sedated dying’
Get support with Multiple Sclerosis