Yes. Since the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ) covers a small portion of emergency medical costs incurred abroad, the claim form is mandatory even if you didn’t make any payments during your trip.
The form must be
IMPORTANT: Failure to return the completed form shall authorize Québec Blue Cross to request that you reimburse the fees that were paid on your behalf.
If more than one insured person received medical care abroad, you must complete one form per person and
In addition to your claim form, you must attach any other relevant document(s) given to you by the consulting physician or the hospital (medical reports, lab results, etc.).
To meet the requirements of the provincial plans, only original supporting documents are accepted. Make copies of all documentation for your files.
If your claim relates to a work-related accident, please submit a claim to your province’s workplace health and safety board (the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail -- CSST) first.
If your claim relates to a traffic accident and your province’s auto insurance is administered by a government program, you must first open a claim file with this program.
For questions regarding your claim, do not hesitate to
contact our claims service department.