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Childcare during hospital admission
Reimbursement health insurance 2019
- What is childcare during hospital admission?
- When do you qualify for reimbursement?
- Reimbursement childcare during hospital admission in 2019
- Personal contribution
- No excess
- Who can you go to?
Note: the information on this page is a brief outline of the reimbursement. You can only derive rights from our Insurance conditions (pdf).
Childcare during hospital admission is the care for your children when you are hospitalised. The childcare is provided by a children's centre or childminder agency.
You are entitled to reimbursement of childcare from the 11th consecutive day of being hospitalised. You are hospitalised in order to receive care under the public health insurance. Your children must be younger than 12 and also be insured with HollandZorg.
The reimbursement only applies to childcare necessitated by your hospitalisation. The reimbursement does not apply for the number of hours of childcare which you would normally already have arranged.
By virtue of the supplementary Plus and Top insurances, you are entitled to reimbursement of childcare during hospital admission.
|Public Healthcare Insurance||Reimbursement 2019|
|HollandZorg public healthcare insurance||none|
|Supplementary insurance||Reimbursement 2019|
|Plus||a maximum of € 20 per day from the 11th day of admission. A maximum of three months per calendar year.|
|Top||a maximum of € 20 per day from the 11th day of admission. A maximum of three months per calendar year.|
We reimburse a maximum of € 20 per day. If the price for childcare exceeds our maximum reimbursement, you must pay the difference.
Reimbursements under the supplementary insurances are not subject to an excess.
You can go to children's centres and childminder agencies that are on the national childcare register. Visit www.landelijkregisterkinderopvang.nl for more information. You can also call our Care Advice Line on +31(0)570 687 123. Our expert staff will be pleased to answer your questions.
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