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If you live and work in Belgium, you will be entitled to Belgian healthcare. This guide explains how to access healthcare services in Belgium.
If you're living in Belgium, here's a complete guide to applying for Belgian health insurance, which is mandatory for all residents in Belgium.
If you're having a baby in Belgium, here's a guide to prenatal care, delivery, aftercare, birth registration, child benefits, and maternity and paternity leave in Belgium.
Citizens from the EU/EEA and Switzerland can get a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) to access free or reduced-cost healthcare when travelling within the EU – here’s how it works.
Some important questions are answered to help expats choose which healthcare insurance offers adequate coverage for a transient expat lifestyle.
A guide to finding a doctor, specialist or dentist in Belgium, detailing how to register, make appointments, and claim reimbursements through insurance.
Here is a French glossary of medical terms for when you have a doctor's appointment, and French health terms for every-day life in France.
What health considerations do you need to consider if you’re moving halfway across the world?
A quick guide to the main hospitals in Belgium, as well as hospitals in Antwerp and other cities in Belgium.
For 50 years, the non-profit IAMAT has helped travellers find medical help in English. How can IAMAT improve your health situation while living abroad?
Everyone should have health insurance, but finding the right coverage can be time consuming. Here's a guide on how to choose the right health insurance for you.
Rupert Wolfe Murray of Castle Craig Hospital discusses why some expats are tempted by alcohol and how cultural differences can make it difficult to find help.
The Brussels Childbirth Trust has been helping expat parents in Belgium for over 30 years. We investigate how the Belgian non-profit group can help expats in Belgium.