10/26 BEC Seminar: Healthcare and Medical Services
Are you confused about Czech health insurance? Not sure about the workings of Czech dental care? Come to Brno Expat Centre seminar and find all the questions to your answers! Photo: Pixabay
Maybe the most important information an expat must know has to do with the healthcare system in the country he is moving into.
It might be difficult to understand the healthcare system because of the language, and this is why BEC organizes seminar about healthcare and medical services.
Eight experts will be discussing the specifics of the Czech healthcare system.
Whether you are an employee, freelancer, student, European Union resident or not, have public or private health insurance BEC will provide you with all the necessary information you need and answer to your questions, because we all need medical help sometimes.
Some of the topics the experts will discuss will be:
– How to find an English speaking General Practitioner?
– Does the insurance cover my tooth fillings?
– What possibilities does a woman in Brno have during pregnancy and giving birth?
BEC is collecting questions for the seminar, so the speakers can prepare properly for it.
You can write your questions during your registrations or you can send an e-mail to Katka at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The seminar will be followed by an informal networking and individual consultations with experts.
The seminar will be held on October 26 from 17:30 to 20:30 at Knihovna Jiřího Mahena v Brně and is free of charge for registered members.
You can register here.
About Brno Expat Centre – BEC
The Brno Expat Centre was established in 2010 by NGO Brnopolis and the City of Brno Strategy Office.
It provides free professional consultation and assistance to skilled foreign professionals and their families who live and work in Brno or plan to do so.
BEC organize seminars and meetings where expats can exchange experience and make new contacts, and provide expats with a monthly newsletter.
“Our mission is to help foreigners find a new home in Brno and create an open environment, so enabling them to take part in the life of the city. Our vision is to be the main place for foreigners to turn to for advice and help, and a key partner of the City of Brno and local international businesses when it comes to communication with foreigners. We are delighted to welcome foreigners who want to contribute to Brno’s development with their qualification and dedication. May they BECome local with us!,” BEC writes on their official website.
More information about the event and about the BEC can be found in the following links: