started by: dawnpickup · last update: 1345582205 · posted: 1345579955

I am looking for a English speaking doctor in the Olonzac area ... Anybody know where i could find one? Thank you :)Dawn

started by: trams · last update: 1344671787 · posted: 1344641841

'Looking for a good, English speaking dentist in 34600, or around Bedarieux. Can anyone recommend on, please.

started by: trams · last update: 1344367450 · posted: 1344287520

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.

started by: moonface-498067 · last update: 1343166099 · posted: 1343156093

Hello, Do you know any good dentist in Narbonne to email me.Thank you for your help. In case you need an English psychotherapist,I can recommend a wonderful English psychiatrist who is on the national health system in Narbonne.A jewel.Very rare nowadays.

started by: trams · last update: 1342513198 · posted: 1342485772

Hi, can anyone recommend a good English speaking dentist in Beziers,preferab ly female.

started by: itsivm-497656 · last update: 1341964555 · posted: 1341838074

I returned to the UK permanently earlier this year and returned by Carte Vitale to CPAM with a letter of cancellation accordingly. However, a few days ago I received a letter (sent to my old French address) from the radiology clinic where I had a routine "Mammographie de depistage", (as invited by the French healthcare system), stating that CPAM has directed them to me for the payment. The x-ray was done 50 days before the date of cancellation of my health cover. Should CPAM have honoured the payment of this breast cancer screening test? Or have regulations changed that I don't know about?Would appreciate advice.

started by: trams · last update: 1341089405 · posted: 1339113173

I've just retired to France and have been given the Carte Vitale, but I am told I'm only eligible for 60% of the cost of treatment. However, as a pensioner, do I qualify for CMU, or do I have to take out a private insurance- I'm not sure which Insurance company would be best if the latter is the case. Any advice please.

started by: James008 · last update: 1340562793 · posted: 1337891617

Does anyone know of an English nativespeaking dermotologist in the centre of Lunel ?I have a very hairy back and it needs immediateattentionthanksJames008

started by: desmond-500095 · last update: 1339841918 · posted: 1339835803

We are new in the area and are looking for an English or German speaking Dentist in or near Quillan. Our French is getting better, but it would be useful if we could speak to someone with a technical knowledge that is in Enlgish or German? Many thanks Desmond.

started by: yummo-499304 · last update: 1335264617 · posted: 1335250228

Can anyone recommend a good dentist (preferably with a little English but not essential) within a 20 km radius of Beziers please.Many thankslovesy.huston@gmail.com

started by: maryfarrell85-488581 · last update: 1334137494 · posted: 1334137494

Just like us with limited French, so many people on this site seem to find it difficult to visit the doctor or the dentist where the vocubulary needed requires more than just pointing to a baguette in the bakery and saying 'Deux, s'il vous plait!'. If anyone would like an easy guide to print off and keep, which we have found very useful, go to the Cancer Support France website, cancersupportfrance.org Click on publications down the left hand side, and then on the seventh publication down, ‘Vocabulary for English speaking patients’. Not only has it been very helpful for us, but our doctor now has one she keeps in the practice for other struggling French speakers like ourselves, as well as visiting guests, summers tourists, etc. Hope it helps!

started by: PaulInFrance-495565 · last update: 1333792816 · posted: 1288219295

Hi, We are new in the area and are looking for an English speaking Doctor in or near Quillan. Our French is getting better, but it would be useful if we could speak to someone with a technical knowledge that is in Enlgish?Any help would be greatly appreciated.Thank you.

started by: leigh woods · last update: 1330246599 · posted: 1330104996

Hi- I know one cannot name names on this webpage, but I would be grateful if someone could recommend/ had experoence of a knee specialist (orthopaedic), in the Nimes/Montpellier/Orange area. If you can so recommend, please reply on my email address-rokemaceco@gmail.com. and not through the Anglo-Info web page. We think the problem is arthritis, or a worn cartilage and await an MRI scan. Many thanks if you can help. Leigh I would be very grateful

started by: gremlin666 · last update: 1329302906 · posted: 1329300899

Hi to all,I have an ongoing knee problem which is getting considerably worse and I think its time to see a doctor.... Does anyone out there know of an English speaking doctor who is located in Narbonne ?? Failing that, any doctor who knows about knees and joints.....Many thanks

started by: Bev66 · last update: 1328799376 · posted: 1328798215

The same enquiry as many others. Does anyone have recommendations of English speaking doctors (general practitioners) around the Perpignan area? My e mail: bevmick.wall@gmail.com Thank you

started by: Hache · last update: 1327595340 · posted: 1327578456

Hi, My husband and I have been living here since June 2011. We have our cartes vitalles but have only just got around to buying top-up insurance. Now that we have it though, we can't make head nor tail of the instructions which came with it. We expected to receive some sort of credit-card-sized card from our insurers but instead we got a letter with something on the bottom about half A5 size which I think we are expected to produce at the pharmacie. What we can't work out and what we can't find any mention of is what we do when we go to our GP. Do we just hand over our cartes vitalles as usual but now expect to be reimbursed for the full 23€ fee rather than 70% of it? We have been to CPAM and brought our cards up to date but are still unclear whether we need to anything else or produce any other evidence for our GP. We'd be most grateful for any advice.

started by: white roses-498181 · last update: 1327484064 · posted: 1327476484

Good Morning,We are looking for information on Health Care for a short to medium term stay in France. Any info regarding this subject and also on two companies which apparently offer this service, namely Exclusive Healthcare Insurance, and Swiss Life.many thanks

started by: valentinejilly@aol.com · last update: 1327248007 · posted: 1327246321

Hi - can anyone please recommend an English speaking Osteopath in the Carcassonne area?

started by: valerie-490699 · last update: 1327098202 · posted: 1326988510

Does any one know of a speech therapist who speaks good English. My husband does not speak any French and needs a speech therapist having been left with a damaged vocal chord after a parasitic infection.

started by: moiradoig@aol.com · last update: 1326919905 · posted: 1326919905

Does anyone know of any eating disorder clinics or therapists in or around Carcassonne for a young girl of 17? Are there any self help groups for sufferers or their family?

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