How do the Luxembourgish Health organisations work ? How can I get reimbursed for treatment ? Which hospital should I go to ? How does the health insurance system work ?
In this section are all the answers to your questions regarding Healthcare in Luxembourg. Just Arrived explains how to get reimbursed, what complimentary health insurances are available and has drawn up a list of the main medical establishments, pharmacies and other medical professions in the country.
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Emergency number for ambulances, hospitals, duty doctors, chemists and veterinaries, civil protection and fire brigade.
Centre for pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and parenting centre. Consultation centre for new and expectant parents. Institute for the improvement of the conditions of childbirth.
Information and free consultation (by telephone or email) for all questions regarding pregnancy, giving birth, breast feeding, life with your baby, etc. Information and advice from professionals.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule : Mon-Fri, 8.00 am - 12.00 pm
+352 36 05 97
Only know-how and care matter in case of a medical emergency. Your LAR membership supports the lifesaving air rescue services provided by the LAR rescue helicopters in Luxembourg, while benefitting from free worldwide repatriation services aboard state-of-the art ambulance aircraft with no deferment period. 365 days a year and 24/7, LAR guarantees professional high quality services to its members.
+352 48 90 06
One number for Luxembourg-City’s senior citizens available 24 hours a day. This number enables senior citizens to contact:
+352 45 75 75
To take a quick, free and anonymous Aids test, you can go, without prior appointment or medical prescription to any hospital in the country or to the HIVberodung service of the Croix-Rouge.
94, bd Général Patton
Phone : 27 55-4500
+352 27 55 45 00
Social network portal regrouping all the services, information centers, nursing homes or support structures in the Grand Duchy.