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This website - lifeindenmark. Cookies are used to make the site simpler. If you continue, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on lifeindenmark. If you work legally in Denmark, you are covered by the Danish health insurance system If you work legally in Denmark, you are covered by the Danish health insurance system.
Choose your local municipality in order to see information and online services that apply to you. If you work legally in Denmark, you are covered by the Danish health insurance system. Most examinations and treatments are free, but you need to register and get a health insurance card. Children are covered by the health insurance scheme together with their mother or father until they reach the age of 15 and are insured independently of their parents.
When you are covered by the national health insurance, you can register with a general practitioner GP and receive a yellow health insurance card. The health insurance card is documentation that you are entitled to the services offered under the national health insurance scheme. You can order the health insurance card through the 'Self service'-section above. Approximately two weeks after you have registered, your national health insurance card will be sent to your Danish address.
The card will show your name and address, your CPR number and the name and address of your doctor. It is advisable always to carry this card with you as it is required whenever you need to see a doctor, a dentist or go to hospital — or when you want to take out books from the library. The card is free of charge in connection with a change of address — and with a change of name after getting married. You can get the blue European health insurance card if you live in Denmark, are a citizen of an EU country, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland and you are covered by national health insurance in Denmark.
In addition, you may be entitled to a European health insurance card if you are a stateless person, a recognised refugee or a family member of a person covered by national health insurance in Denmark. A family member is your spouse or common-law partner and your children under 18 years of age. Once you are registered in the Civil Registration System, you are entitled to choose a general practitioner GP you can contact if you fall ill.