Frenkee’s comprehensive health insurance
for foreigners in the Czech Republic
Comprehensive health insurance for foreigners offers the broadest health care coverage, that you can take advantage of as a foreigner wishing to stay 90 days in the Czech Republic.
Comprehensive health insurance for foreigners: The best choice for a 90-day stay in the Czech Republic
If you don’t qualify for the public health care system, comprehensive health insurance for foreigners is the next best option.
This insurance covers:
- preventive care
- diagnostic care
- ambulatory care
- preventive care to avoid chronic disease
- institutional care
- transportation medicine prescriptions
- 24/7 assistance service
3 simple steps and you’re insured
Pick the right package
Fill in some details
Make a payment and you’re set
Who must arrange commercial health insurance in the Czech Republic?
Those who are not EU citizens and apply for a Czech visa or residence permit for 90 days or more. If you need a visa, you must arrange comprehensive insurance with Všeobecná zdravotní pojišťovna. We will be happy to help you with that as well, if you write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stays not exceeding 90 days can be covered by normal travel insurance or basic medical insurance for foreigners, alternatively by a comprehensive health insurance package for foreigners, that will equip you with the broadest medical coverage except for care during pregnancy.
- The basic medical care package will pay for your acute treatment.
- Comprehensive insurance for foreigners also covers preventive care and non-acute treatment.
- Covers emergency medical care throughout the Schengen area for a max. 30-day stay.
- Comprehensive health care si comparable to the public health care system.
- Frenkee’s partners form a strong international network to support you anywhere.
- Arrangable online and immediately valid.
- Insurance companies with their own doctors.
- Consult acute medical problems by phone with telemedical services.
Frequently asked questions
What is the difference between a long-term and permanent stay?Show answerA long-term stay is for third country nationals that wish to stay longer than 6 months in the Czech Republic. A permanent stay permit can be obtained by foreigners that have lived continuously in the Czech Republic for the past 5 years making use of a long-term stay permit or other forms of residence permit as stated by the law.
What are contractual or participating medical facilities and how do I get their address?Show answerMedical facilities that have a cooperation contract with a specific health insurance company. The facilities that cooperate with your health insurance company are the ones you should contact in the first place in case of need. You will get a list of them with your insurance contract and can ask for more info when contacting the assistance helpline of your insurance company.
Which countries are currently in the EU?Show answerBelgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Cyprus, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Austria, Romania, Greece, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
Where can I find offices of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic?
What data are part of the records of employees from the EU?Show answerFor EU citizens, this information is: identification data, permanent address, current delivery address, travel document number and name of the authority issuing it, type of work, place of performance and time during which you plan to employ this person, gender, day the commencement and termination of employment.