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The European Health Insurance Cards (EHIC), which replaced the old E111 system, do not cover you for going abroad for medical treatments.
It is designed to reimburse the cost of state-provided healthcare services for emergency treatment that becomes necessary whilst you are abroad in the European Economic Area (EEA), following an illness or accident.
The EHIC will not cover your medical expenses if you are going abroad specifically to have the treatment and then end up in a local hospital.
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