You will need
  • - the document proving the identity;
  • - the old medical policy;
  • - work book or a certificate from the employment service.
Therefore, if there is health insurance, previously issued, and the validity period had not ended, to the policy of the new sample is not necessary. In all regions will occur a gradual change of policies in the new models. In some regions of the old policies will change on new documents as from 1 January 2012.
As before to obtain a policy at the place of work, study, residence or by personally contacting the selected insurance company. All working citizens can get medical insurance of the new sample at the place of work. For this you need to provide to the authorized person of the old sample policy, passport. After 30 days will be issued a new medical insurance policy. For a period of 30 days will be given a temporary certificate of insurance.
Non-working citizens, children, pensioners, the policy will change when contacting the local administration. You need to submit the old card, passport, pension certificate, employment history or help from the employment service, children's birth certificate. As mentioned above, the new policy will be given 30 days within which the person will use the temporary insurance certificate.
Students can obtain a new policy at the place of study or place of residence. You need to present a passport or birth certificate (under 14 years), student cards, old policy.
All citizens, regardless of whether they are working, pensioners, the unemployed, students, pupils, can convert medical insurance directly by contacting the selected insurance company and presenting the old policy, documents proving the identity.
Policies OMS of the new sample will not need to change when changing the place of work, study or residence. As the collection and entry of information in electronic media to all citizens will be issued an electronic card, which will be all included patient information, medical history and other medical information. Any doctor will be able to determine the current disease by looking at the history of the patient, regardless of his place of residence and the location of the ambulatory card.