Uk Global Health Insurance Card (Ehic). The somewhat sketchy information about the proposed uk global health insurance card in the national press has left holidaymakers feeling confused about what will. You can get a provisional replacement certificate (prc) if you need treatment abroad and do not have a card.
Once it expires, you'll need to apply for a ghic to replace it. Your ehic remains valid in the eu until it expires. Despite being called a global health insurance card, it actually only works in the 27 eu countries.
The ehic card, which has now been replaced by the ghic card was launched in 2006 to replace its predecessor, the e111 form.
The uk global health insurance card (ghic) has been officially launched. Please enter your personal details below to register for access to the application portal. Despite being called a global health insurance card, it actually only works in the 27 eu countries. Under a new agreement with the eu, both cards will offer equivalent healthcare protection when people are on holiday, studying or travelling for business.