Šeškinė Polyclinic provides the following services which are reimbursed by the Compulsory Health Insurance Fund, in accordance with agreements with the State Patient Fund:
Emergency medical care is also provided to foreign nationals. To be eligible for free emergency medical care, a citizen of the European Union must present valid documents proving his / her personal identity and insurance with a state health insurance, the European Health Insurance Card, a temporary replacement certificate or certificate E123 or DA1 (these services provide the personal right to receive emergency medical care provided due to an accident at work).
Citizens of other foreign countries who do not have a European Health Insurance Card should pay for the necessary assistance in accordance with the basic fees approved by the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania.
Free personal health care services (excluding emergency medical care) are only provided once the person is covered by the compulsory health insurance.
You can check whether you are insured on the website of the National Health Insurance Fund at www.vlk.lt.