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Discussion in 'Hospitals' started by Antonio, Apr 26, 2015.
How can I obtain Hamad Health Card?
Antonio here's what you need yo obtain your Hamad Health Card
Residents: Copies of your passport and visa or ID, two photographs (4cmX3cm) and a fee of QR100.
Children: valid birth certificate and vaccination card.
Once you have gathered all the documents you need and completed the application form, visit a Health Card Office at any HMC clinic or at the Rumailah Hospital to complete the necessary forms
Remember to take all your documents and make sure you go in the morning, as they do not accept health card applications in the afternoon. Early morning is best, as each centre will have a different cut-off time for accepting applications.
There is any charges for Hamad health card..
For Hamad card we need to bring our Room agreement also as well bcoz when I apply they asked me for all
As far as I know In women's hamad hospital
Since u don't have rp u will be charged as a visitor- the charges are as follows- day care procedures 1200; common bed 400; private room 1800; VIP suite 2700. Small operation- 2400, medium operation 3600 ; major operation - 5400; normal delivery 1000. So depending on what kind of procedure u want- u can get the price.hope it helped.
if you have the hamad card it will cost u only 200 -400 max get the card now it costs only 100 QAR. But i think you need an RP in order you to pay less...
Yes. That's 100QR.
In my case, it was reimbursed by our company.
What I have got to know that for new applications we have to visit Abu Hamour HMC clinic, Please advise.
That I don't know because I applied for my Health Card at Al Wafideen Health Center.
Where is this Al Wafideen health centre, location please.
Al Wafideen Health Centre, Al Farabi St
View it here
@Bonjiek Dakoykoy thanks for the map location, but my friend it is for bachelors, what about family health cards. where to go ???
To obtain your Health Card, please visit the nearest government health center if you are married and your family is living in Qatar. For other cases, you need to visit any of the expatriate health centers to complete the necessary forms. Please bring the following:
Qataris: Copies of your passport or ID, a photograph (4cmX3cm) and a fee of QR50.
Residents: Copies of your passport, visa, ID, lease contract and Kahramaa bill, two photographs (4cmX3cm) and a fee of QR100.
Children: Valid birth certificate and vaccination card.
Not all nearest government health centres register anyone. It depends they are full or have any space left.
Yes, they advised to come as early as possible to get a slot for the day.
As advised by @Bonjiek Dakoykoy , yes it is good to be early and avoid long queues.