Terminate basic health insurance when leaving Switzerland

It's time to say goodbye! Are you leaving Switzerland for a European country? We can analyse your situation and tell you whether your departure releases you from the obligation to be insured in Switzerland. If you're leaving for a country outside the EU and EFTA, your basic health insurance will be terminated when you announce your departure to your municipality.

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Our online form helps you to provide all the necessary information for us to determine if you can terminate your basic health insurance.


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Frequently asked questions

Yes, anyone legally resident in Switzerland must take out compulsory health insurance within three months of taking up residence or being born. If the person in question does not sign up on their own or if they are not signed up by their legal representative within this period, they will be automatically registered by the canton or commune of residence.

In the event of an unjustifiable delay in signing up to the insurance, interest on arrears will be charged by the insurer.

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