Insurance in Germany?

Hey, I have the following question:
I am from Germany, as retirees moved to Sweden. I have a personnumber.
In the Intyg om rätt til vård i Sverige, I can read:
... för personer bosatta i Sverige men försäkrade i annat EU / EES Country Switzerland.
Does this mean that I still have insurance from Germany? Or am I automatically insured in Sweden because I live here and have a person number - without extra insurance in Germany?
My question is therefore: If I get from Germany a subsidy to an insurance company or not. If I am not insured free here, I get a supplement. If I am free and automatically insured without a verischerung in Germany to need, I get no extra payment.
If I need an insurance in German, I would ask you to confirm this to me in writing. Many Thanks!
Best regards
Bernd-Olaf Fiebrandt

Comments

  • Hello,

    If you have retired and moved to Sweden and your pension comes from Germany, you are insured in Germany.

    You have received a certificate that gives you the right to health care in Sweden (Intyg om rätt till vårdförmåner i Sverige för personer bosatta i Sverige men försäkrade i annat EU / EES Country Switzerland) since you must have sent us S1 (E121) certificate from Germany that shows that you have the right for pension from Germany and that you are insured there. When S1(E121) is registered at Försäkringskassan we issue the certificate „Intyg om rätt till vårdförmåner i Sverige”.

    Since you have obtained the personal number you can visit doctors in Sweden and you are entitled to pay the same prices as people insured in Sweden for you doctor visit.
    When you visit the dentist it is important that you present them the certificate: „Intyg om rätt till vårdförmåner i Sverige”.

    You do not need to pay anything to Swedish Insurance system, however you need to stay insured in the German insurance to be able to preserve the right to get the certificate „Intyg om rätt till vårdförmåner i Sverige”.

    If you have more questions regarding your insurance, you should contact German authorities.

    If you have more questions to Försäkringskassan, you can give us a call on 0771 524 524 where you can get sevice in Swedish and English. You can also book a German phone call here.

    Best regards,

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