The program aims to provide medical care service for foreign workers and the underprivileged who do not qualify for South Korean medical social security.
Foreign patients who don’t qualify for health insurance and have stayed longer than 90 days in South Korea must produce a certificate of diagnosis from a doctor which states that the disease occurred in South Korea and, in addition, satisfy one of the following conditions.
|Qualification||Required Documents||Related Visa|
|Foreign workers and their children||Previously employed or currently employed in a South Korean based workplace||More than one document required among them: passport, certificate of alien registration rental agreement written guarantee of the neighborhood||D-3, D-4, E-6, E-9, E-10 B-1, B-2, C-2, C-3, H-2 (employment background check)|
|The above foreign workers' children under 18 year-old||parent's written statement verifying family relationship|
|Female marriage immigrants to Korean who have not yet gained Korean citizenship and their children||Fugitive or escape from home||passport, certified copy of one's family register, written confirmation of runaway/escape|
|The above female's children under 18 years old||parent's written statement verifying family relationship|
|Refugees and their children||Refugees to applying to gain or applying for formal recognition and residence for humanitarian reasons||certificate of alien registration||F-2-2, F-2-4, G-1-6, G-1-5|
|The above refugees' children under 18 years old||parent's written statement verifying family relationship|
The medical expenses on the following cases will be covered up to the value of 5,000,000 won :
Visit the medical institutions implementing the program → enquire as to whether you qualify as a beneficiary of the program → have a medical consultation → receive the treatment
Medical Institutions will confirm the entitlement of the beneficiary and provide the treatment →
the medical institution requests medical expense assessment by the Health Insurance Review & Assessment
the medical institution will submit the result of the assessment and claim reimbursement of the medical
expenses from Busan Metropolitan City
Busan Metropolitan City will review the submitted documents → pay the expenses owing to the medical institution.
For further information, please consult with Busan Metropolitan City’s Health and Sanitation Division, the Planned Parenthood Federation of Korea, Busan Medical Center, Good Samsun Hospital, or Pusan National University Hospital.
Free language translation service is provided upon request to the medical institution.
This project is supported by Ministry of Health and Welfare and Busan Metropolitan City.