The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) replaces the old E111 paper application form.

The card allows access to state-provided healthcare in all EEA (European Economic Area) countries and Switzerland often for free or at a reduced cost. Everyone who is a UK resident and is travelling abroad should carry a European Health Insurance Card. Each card is valid for up to five years , ensure that your card is valid before travelling.

We provide a comprehensive verification and forwarding service providing complete peace of mind to ensure that any errors on your application form do not unnecessarily delay the issue of your card. You can rest assured that our friendly and efficient team will thoroughly review your application for errors.

First Time Application

If your applying for the first time please fill the online application for your EHIC.
Renewal of Existing EHIC

If your EHIC is due to expire within the next 6 months or has expired please re-apply here.
Lost/Stolen Card

Lost or stolen cards please fill the online form for a replacement card.

OUR SERVICES



Don't Speak English? You can call us 24/7, we have multi lingual staff (English, German, French, Spanish, Gujrati, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi)
EHIC Applications checked for errors pre submission.
Have Questions prior to submitting your EHIC application, you can call us 24/7.
The NHS has the ultimate decision on all EHIC applications. The EHIC APPLICATION company is not part of/affiliated with the NHS, we do not have the power to grant you an EHIC ourselves. However through our services you can apply for your EHIC for a fee of £19.99. Your EHIC lets you get state healthcare at a reduced cost or sometimes for free. You are able to purchase an EHIC directly through the NHS for free, however in doing so you will not be able to benefit from the services and offers listed below.

The European Economic Area (EEA) is a free trade zone between countries of the European Union (EU), Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein. The regulations on access to healthcare in the EEA also apply in Switzerland.

The rules are different if you intend to move abroad or are going abroad specifically to have treatment. Read about moving abroad or planning medical treatment abroad before you read the details of the country you're visiting.

Each EEA country listed below has specific guidance on how to access healthcare or claim refunds.

If you find yourself in an emergency during your visit in Europe dial 112. The European emergency number is valid all in all EU/ EEA member states and is free of charge. You can use it to reach emergency services such as ambulance or police from any telephone or mobile phone free of charge.
Please view E.U Countries below for which your EHIC is eligible for:
Austria Denmark Greece Latvia Netherlands Slovakia
Belgium Estonia Hungary Liechtenstein Norway Slovenia
Bulgaria Finland Iceland Lithuania Poland Spain
Cyprus France Ireland Luxembourg Portugal Sweden
Czech Republic Germany Italy Malta Romania Switzerland


The NHS has the ultimate decision on all EHIC applications. The NHS E111 EHIC company is not part of the NHS, we do not have the power to grant you an EHIC ourselves. You are able to purchase an EHIC directly through the NHS for free, however in doing so you will not be able to benefit from the services and offers listed above.