How does the Dutch healthcare system work for temporary workers?

In the Dutch healthcare system, temporary workers have access to basic health insurance provided by insurance companies. Temporary workers are required to obtain this basic health insurance, which covers essential healthcare services. The cost of health insurance is typically shared between the worker and their employer. Temporary workers may also have access to supplementary insurance coverage, which provides additional benefits beyond the basic package. The healthcare system in the Netherlands ensures that temporary workers have access to necessary medical care and services during their employment period.

Please be advised that in the Netherlands, you can go directly to the hospital only in case of an emergency. For all other cases, you must first visit a general practitioner, or family doctor. The general practitioner will determine whether it is necessary to refer you to a hospital.

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