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Dutch health insurance
What is included in the basic Dutch health insurance package?
Are there different health insurance policies? And what is the difference?
Is dental healthcare covered by the insurance?
Can I get additional coverage for my health insurance?
How will my children be insured?
Do I need to take out Dutch health insurance if I am on a short-term stay?
I just took out a Dutch health insurance policy but now the insurance company wants me to pay the premium for a few months retrospectively. Can they do that?
Do I need a Dutch health insurance or can I use an international health insurance?
If I don’t have a Dutch health insurance policy yet, is there a way to get my medical costs reimbursed?
What will happen if I don’t take out Dutch health insurance?
Is there a deductible (eigen risico)?
Does the deductible apply to all types of care?
My residence permit has expired and my application to renew it has been rejected. Can I still get medical help here?
If you are living illegally in the Netherlands, you can get urgent medical help without paying. The doctor decides which help is urgent in each individual case.