Getting a health card in Kuwait is a straightforward process, but it's important that you have your paperwork in order before you begin. You must be a legal resident of Kuwait and have a valid work or residence permit.
To get started, you'll need to visit the Ministry of Health in your area. You'll be asked to provide proof of residency, including a valid work or residence permit, with a Kuwait address. You will also need to provide two passport-sized photographs.
Once your documents are accepted, you'll need to sign a form, confirming that you are in full compliance with the regulations issued by the Ministry of Health in Kuwait. Then, you'll need to pay a fee to obtain your card. This fee is based on the type of health insurance coverage you're enrolled in, and ranges from 10 KD to 50 KD.
Once you have paid the fee, your health card will be available in two weeks or less. You should also receive (by mail) a copy of the health insurance policy attached to your health card. Make sure to bring your health card with you to all medical appointments.
It's important to note that health cards in Kuwait are required by law. If you are a legal resident, you are required to have a health card, and can face a fine if caught without it.