Hi There, My husband and I are looking for an English speaking doctor & dentist near Magalas. Our French is decent but not great with medical terms at all. If anyone could help that would be amazing. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance.
Has anyone ever got a UK prescription for glasses made up by a French optician? If so, did the Mutuelle approve the expense and reimburse you for the glasses? I ask because it is so hard to get an appointment with an optometrist here but I am going to the Uk in a few weeks and could get an appointment in Boots with no problem! I am wondering, though, if the Mutueele would approve of this.
Hi everyone. I'm looking for an english speaking doctor and dentist in the Carcassonne/Bram area. We are willing to drive a bit for a good one. Boy it's not easy to find one is it? Thanks in advance for your assistance. I'm not sure if my email will be made available to replies so it's email@example.com. Thanks again.
Hi Can anyone recommend or advise of an English speaking Ears, Nose & Throat Speciallist / Consultant in the region. As I have been experiencing repeated and wosening throat problems I would be grateful to hear from anybody who feels that they can be of assistance. Many thanks Diane
I wonder if anyone can give me some sort of advice or point me in the right direction. I intend to move to France in the near future with my family to start up a gite business. Obviously, we won't have an immediate income and won't be able to provide proof of income until we file our first tax return. My concern is that, from what I have read, you can only become part of the state health scheme if you can prove that you have at least 3 months worth of income. Does anyone know if there are special circumstances when starting up your own business or do you simply have to obtain private healthcare cover until such time as you are able to prove your income? We will have a lump sum in the bank. I don't know if this would help? Thanks in advance. Carsica
Hello all. My family and I are moving from the U.S. to the Languedoc region (exact village to be decided!) in early January and we're in the process of deciding about health insurance. My husband is a U.K. citizen but has never lived there, so we'll need to get private coverage and I'm wondering if there is anyone out there who can recommend a company offering decent coverage in France and if most doctors/hospitals in the area accept it easily. We obviously would like it to be affordable, but as long as it's less than what we pay here (astronomical!) we'll be happy!
Hi AllI am new to the area and looking for a good Female masseuse/physiotherapist or similar with good English around the Quillan/Limoux area.If they have an interest in sports medicine, even better!I do not mind travelling a little for a good masseuse so any recommendations would be gratefully received.Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.GJ
I was appalled to learn that although physically handicapped adults can be eligible for financial support from the AAH, mentally handicapped adults, who are classed as 'inactives' do not have such eligibility in France.Those seeking employment are eligible for social security, yet what guarantee is there that they will actuallyfind, or take up, employment. Surely this discrimination of the most vulnerable in our society - making them non-persons.