Will I be covered by the NHS in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man?

Allen Last updated:

When you’re on holiday in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man, you won’t be covered by the NHS or the EHIC.

But there is a Reciprocal Healthcare Agreement in place between the UK, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man.

This means that if you need emergency medical treatment while you’re on holiday, you won’t have to pay healthcare costs as treatment is similar to that provided by the NHS.

Find out more about the Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) & European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) here.

Was this article helpful?

269 out of 293 found this helpful