• A fine is not the only negative consequence of not having a Dutch health insurance. If you need health care and you are not in possession of a health care [...]

  • After you have chosen your healthcare Insurance you must register yourself with a General Practitioner. You can find a Dutch General Practitioner in your area of residence online by [...]

  • The Netherlands has around 60 different Healthcare insurers. The top insurers for expats (with websites in English) are: Achmea Zorg Menzis CZ VGZ [...]

  • In addition to the nominal premium All About Expats as your employer also pays an income-related contribution for the standard package. This contribution is directly remitted by All About Expats [...]

  • You pay a fixed, nominal, premium to your insurance company for the standard health insurance package. The monthly premium for the obligated health insurance is approximately around € 90 – [...]

  • You can change to another health insurer at the end of each year. Whether or not you can also change your additional insurance depends on the policy conditions. Health insurers [...]

  • The Holland Zorg Temporary Employment Policy only apply for employees. As an exception, family members can be co-insured on the employee’s policy. Holland Zorg offers an online application module [...]

  • The HollandZorg Temporary Employment Policy is a special health insurance for foreign employees and includes the basic package with additional insurances “No Risk I” and “No Risk II”. No [...]

  • Not all health care is covered by the standard package. You can opt to take out additional insurance to cover, for example, physiotherapy or dental care. Additional insurance is not [...]

  • The Standard Mandatory health insurance covers: Basic medical care; including care provided by general practitioners, medical specialists and obstetricians Hospital treatment Dental care up to the age of 18 Maternity [...]