The government has brought forward a new bill, the Healthcare (International Arrangements) Bill, which sets up the framework for people to continue to receive healthcare in EU countries after Brexit. Yesterday it made good progress through parliament and we understand that it will help to provide the equivalent of EHIC and therefore dialysis when you travel in the EU.
The debate included discussion of dialysis being a reason to have this new law (see below).
Kidney Care UK will
continue to keep you updated as this legislation develops as nothing is
finalised yet and this may not apply in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
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