Emergency medical care for patients not registered in Sweden

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Dalarna County Council

Box 712 S-791 29 Falun, Sweden 023-49 00 00 landstinget.dalarna@ltdalarna.se

Information to patients from the EU, Liechtenstein and Switzerland on fees for emergency medical care.

You are about to receive care from a Swedish Health Authority.

The subsidised fee that you as a member of another EU State are obliged to pay to the Health Authority amounts to SEK 150 (200, 300, 350), providing that you can also present the European Health Insurance Card, Certificate on Entitlement to Health Care Benefits While Visiting a Member State.

If you are unable to present the European Health Insurance Card, the following applies:

If you do not have the European Health Insurance Card, you can instead mail or fax your card (copy) to Sweden, fax No. +4623490775.

In the event that you are unable to provide this information to the satisfaction of the Health Authority, you will become liable to pay cash or be billed for the entire cost of the care provided.

If you should become liable to pay the entire cost of the care provided, you may be reimbursed by the relevant authority in the State concerned in accordance with article 34 of statue (EEG) No. 574/72.

Information to patients not living in the EU on fees for emergency medical care

You are about to receive care from a Swedish Health Authority.

The subsidized fee for out-patients that you as a citizen of and living in Algeria and Australia are obliged to pay to the Health Authority amounts to 150 (200, 300, 350 SEK), providing that you can also present your passport.

Patients not living in the EU or in the above-mentioned countries the fee is not subsidized. This means you will become liable to pay cash or to be billed for the entire cost of the care provided.