Hi All, we just moved to Luxembourg, before we came, we have been stayed in Denmark for 4 years. I still do not know how the healthy system works here. In Denmark, everyone or every family has your own GP/ family doctor to take care of you, but I do not know in Luxembourg should I find a family doctor for my family or not?As I have heard so far, in Luxembourg, you can make a appointment with any doctor you want, is it correct?How does it work for a baby, do I need to find the same pediatrician every time, or I can also change every time.Thanks. I would like to hear your suggestion and confirmation. Thanks a lot.I am more concerning about my son, since he is only 2 year old. I probably will bring him to see the doctor much more often than I and my wife do.Thanks :)
Hi everyone! First time poster and I found this forum via a search for information about an upcoming move. I am being relocated by my work for a 18-24 month assignment and they're handling all of my paperwork, taxes, healthcare, etc. The challenge that I'm facing is that I'm currently looking at ways to facilitate bringing my girlfriend with me on this little adventure. She is pregnant with our first child and we'd like to be in Luxembourg to deliver the baby. So the biggest thing we're trying to figure out is how to get her in the country for longer than 3 months and how we make sure that she has insurance to cover the maternity/birth process. Looked at private insurance and that's not really an option since she is already pregnant. I suspect that PACS is a path that we should investigate, but I'm struggling a bit with the process being an expat and can't tell if we would be able to get her on the Lux health care system since I'll be on private International insurance.Any suggestions/help would be very welcomed!-Wes
I need a little help with my small business. I work in the beauty industry and need an occasional help. So if anybody has an interest in this field and is looking for occasional work around family or studies or some additional little income at end of them month just contact me. Offer is operand to both men and women and experienced or beginners
Bought the exercise bike about a year ago or less and have barely used it. It's perfectly good it just wasn't for me. Bought it off Amazon for EUR 130 and selling for EUR 90 Pease get in touch if interested. I can email over pictures etc to anyone who is keen.
Dear All, I am desparately looking for the LUX Labour Code ("Code de Travail") in English. I have googled the entire internet for it and only found bits and pieces. In addition, I wonder if anyone has detailed knowlede/ information on sick leave rules. Currently I am on sick leave but I would like to travel back home (Hungary) for Christmas/ New Year's Eve. Already talked to lots of people and also combed the internet (especially cns.lu) for details but the relevant stuff is available only in French. I am simply not able whether I can leave (i.e. travel abroad) my address in Germany registered by CNS. Thanks, Gabor
It appears that I walk in the park or the forest could expose you and your children to tick bites and Lyme disease: http://www.wort.lu/fr/luxembourg/enquete-la-maladie-de-lyme-au-luxembourg-563326490da165c55dc4c3ce What you can do? Better information and prevention - please sign the online public petition: http://www.chd.lu/wps/portal/public/PetitionDetail?action=doPetitionDetail&id=569
A family member and their family will be moving to stay with us in Luxembourg. They will not be employed and will stay for less than 3 months. They have found out that it will cost 107 euros per family member to join the Luxembourg health care system and that they cannot ask for any reimbursement until after 3 months has expired. As they plan to be here for less than 3 months this will not work. Can anybody recommend any other private insurance company ? or any other valuable information. Thanking you