What you need to know about Health Declaration Forms

The Spain Health Declaration Form (Spanish Version) is a simple legal document which outlines the various basic and specialized conditions for health care provided by the Spanish national social insurance system. The form has been approved in 1998, and it contains specific instructions for applying for all types of health insurance in Spain. The equivalent document in the United States would be the Declaration of Independence form. It is important that you note that the format and procedures of the Spain Health Declaration form are significantly different from the US declaration.


There are many important differences between the documents. For one, the United States declaration allows for the free expression of personal opinions regarding the health of an individual. This means that an individual may declare that they want to see a doctor only if their physical health is in decline. On the other hand, in Spain, medical opinions are not permitted. Instead, individuals must file a medical declaration stating what health issues they are experiencing and how they plan to address them.

A significant difference is that a Spanish health insurance company cannot ask for personal information about an individual. A person can file a complaint to the General Trade Commission (CAD) if he or he feels that he/she has been discriminated against because of his/her health. The agency is responsible for investigating possible discrimination and determining whether the practice constitutes illegal practices. Complaints regarding the privacy of health declarations are also handled by the Civil Service, the Public Defender's Office, and the Ministry of Education.

The CAD, the Madrid office of World Health Organization, works closely with the Ministry of Health. The CAD's mission is to monitor and improve Spain's public healthcare system, including its health insurance systems. The new Directives for Health System Activities have changed the format of health declarations forms. These directives stipulate that health declarations forms must be prepared in accordance with local legislation and must be approved before they can be used.

The Health Insurance Directives require that anyone who wants to receive any type of health care must complete a health insurance declaration. By law, all citizens have the right to obtain a health insurance card that will allow them free treatment by qualified health professionals. The card will be cancelled if the person refuses to admit to a medical condition or submits incorrect information during the application process.

In addition to having the duty to declare one's own health, Spanish law also requires all Spanish nationals to have health insurance. Cost of Spanish health insurance varies depending on individual circumstances. The minimum coverage for basic health insurance policies in Spain covers medical expenses incurred by illness lasting three months or less within a single calendar year. The most comprehensive policies provide the greatest coverage. Individual health insurance policies are required for those over 35. Minors can choose to have a family policy. Private companies are also allowed to provide private health services, but they usually charge high rates.