b) Recognition of professional qualifications in the health sector I am a British citizen and my company has its headquarters in the United Kingdom, but is temporarily sending me to Spain. Am I entitled to healthcare in Spain? Health cards issued before the withdrawal date remain valid and fully apply to healthcare in Spain. In 2016/2017, the UK unpovered £630 million for healthcare provided to UK citizens in the EU, EEA and Switzerland. Most of them were spent on pensioners and their loved ones and would have cost more (up to £1 billion) to be provided by the NHS in the UK. In contrast, during the same period, the UK received only £66 million for the supply of NHS to EU citizens, EEA citizens and Swiss citizens in the UK. I am a citizen of the United Kingdom and I wish to travel to Spain as a tourist later than the date of withdrawal of the United Kingdom. Am I entitled to healthcare in Spain? What document do I need to present? 3.2 I work in Spain. Is my family entitled to health care? Under the Withdrawal Agreement, at the end of the December 2020 transitional period, all people who have an existing UK S1 healthcare form will continue to be supported by the government as long as they are legally staying in their host country. However, unlike the CEF, the agreements do not cover preconditions. Healthcare coordination is currently provided for in Regulation 883/2004 (and other EU instruments). Those rules provide that public health care provided at the reception site in the host State is free of charge for beneficiaries and that the invoice for the cost of such care is sent to the country of origin.
These instruments have been maintained in UK legislation under the European (Withdrawal) Act 2018, see my pension, healthcare and social security contributions for EU citizens after Brexit: the forgotten aspect of free movement, The Withdrawal Agreement: social security, health and pensions post Brexit, No Deal or Hard Brexit: social security, health and retirement after Brexit, and social security, healthcare and pensions for EU citizens under the law of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) of the United Kingdom. However, they only benefit those protected by the Withdrawal Agreement, and not those who withdrew after the end of the transitional period (31). December 2020) for the first time. “I am very concerned about healthcare after 2020, as the UK government is willing to guarantee to cover,” wrote a 78-year-old man in Italy. . . .