Luxembourg has one of the finest healthcare systems in Europe. The nation offers a high level of state-funded healthcare, and the healthcare system provides all people with basic medical coverage. Furthermore, all citizens have the freedom to choose their own doctor, specialist, and hospital. Luxembourg's Union of Sickness Funds is in charge of the country's health-care system.
Everyone working in Luxembourg must be a member of one of many insurance funds, depending on their profession. The majority of Luxembourgers get private supplementary insurance to cover expenses not covered by the public healthcare system.
Through healthcare taxes, all employed citizens and workers pay to this system. The maximum amount is 6,625 EUR. Employees and employers each pay half.
Many Luxembourgers get supplemental insurance via one of the Ministry of Social Security's non-profit health insurance organizations or mutual societies (mutuelles). Many companies provide supplemental insurance as a perk of the job. A mutuelle covers the part of your medical expenses not covered by national health insurance and may provide expanded coverage for hospitalization, eye care, dental treatment, and medical services outside of Luxembourg.