It is absolutely essential for expats to get some form of medical health care if they are considering or currently living in France.
(PRWEB UK) 24 June 2013
According to an article published in The Telegraph on the 12th April 2013, changes to the French healthcare system are heavily affecting expats living in France. The changes are in light of government amendments to the ‘Free healthcare’ system which means Britons and other non EU nationals under state retirement age are not eligible for state healthcare. As a result, British expats heading to France for a peaceful and relaxing retirement are paying extra attention to medical insurance.
The recent rise in healthcare problems in France has served as a reminder for expats thinking of moving to France. In light of this the international moving company Interdean has issued a reminder to expats moving overseas:
“It is absolutely essential for expats to get some form of medical health care if they are considering or currently living in France. Medical bills can quickly and easily become expensive and total thousands of Euros if medical care is carried out without cover. There are various affordable, reliable and honest companies who can offer cover for a range of budgets.”
Interdean continues to follow expat related news.
Interdean has been helping families, expats, backpackers, travellers and students move overseas since 1959. Offering a range of moving services including international moving assistance, excess baggage help, shipping, air freight and storage solutions to worldwide destinations such as Australia, Hong Kong, Canada, South Africa and Thailand. Interdean also offers further support such as visa assistance, banking, insurance and pet relocation as well as student focused packages at affordable prices from 123 offices worldwide. The competitively priced company also offer help for moves throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland and is FIDI FAIM Plus accredited.