The following individuals qualify for Compulsory Health Insurance:
Foreigners permanently residing in Lithuania:
Non-EU: With permanent residence permit;
EU: With certificate of permanent residence in Lithuania;
Foreigners with a temporary residence permit obtained in Lithuania if legally employed (including their kids);
Foreigners with a temporary residence permit who have worked in Lithuania for at least six months and have registered at the Employment Service;
Foreigners who have been granted additional protection in Lithuania, as well as unaccompanied minors.
The following individualsdo not qualify forCompulsory Health Insurance:
Individuals with a Schengen visa;
Individuals with a national (D) visa;
Individuals with a temporary residence permit or a Temporary Residence card as a family member of aEuropeanUnion citizen(unless they are employedor have worked in Lithuania for at leastsixmonths and have registered at the Employment Service).
If you are not covered by PSD, you will need to either:
Purchase private health insurance (BTA, Gjensidige, Seesam, Ergo, Lietuvos draudimas, IF). Full list here.
Pay each time you have to visit a doctor.
Tips on how to choose the right healthcare institution.
European Health Insurance Card
Find out what is covered and how to use EHIC.
Healthcare for you and your family in Lithuania.