Unlock Quality Healthcare in Manitoba with Our Simple Registration Forms!
Application Forms for Healthcare Coverage
The Digital Registration Form
This particular form serves the following purposes:
- - To apply for healthcare coverage when moving to Manitoba from another county as a Canadian citizen, work permit holder, or as a permanent resident.
- - To update healthcare coverage information after being discharged from the armed services or a federal institution.
The Digital Notice of Change Form
This form is for individuals who need to update specific information on their healthcare coverage card, such as:
- - Needing a replacement for their health card
- - Needing to update their home address
- - Relocating outside Manitoba permanently
- - Needing to remove a spouse from their healthcare card following a divorce
- - Moving a minor dependant(s) to a different healthcare card
- Other Healthcare Coverage Options:
Other Manitoba Health Application Forms
- Individuals requiring other healthcare coverage changes can access a range of application forms from Manitoba Health, such as requests for continued healthcare coverage while being outside the province.
- The objective of collecting this information is to facilitate Manitoba Health in providing you with adequate healthcare services and coverage. To get more information about this process, you can reach Manitoba Health representatives at:
204-786-7101 (toll-free: 1-800-392-1207)
If you move to Manitoba from a different province or territory within Canada, your healthcare benefits will become effective (excluding benefits for personal care homes) on the third month of your arrival. Until then, it is essential to maintain coverage with your previous healthcare insurance plan.
If you move to Manitoba from another country, your healthcare benefits (excluding benefits for personal care homes) will become effective from the first day of your arrival provided you have the necessary documentation that proves your permanent residence status or Canadian citizenship.
Eligibility for healthcare coverage is subject to regulations outlined under The Health Services Insurance Act.
For more information, you can contact the in-person Registration and Client Services Office, located at 300 Carlton St., Winnipeg. However, the facility will remain temporarily closed to the public to promote social distancing. Services will still be available by telephone or email. To know more, please visit the official site.
Manitoba Health Insured Benefits Branch
300 Carlton Street Winnipeg MB R3B 3M9
- Voice: 204-786-7101Toll Free: 1-800-392-1207Fax: 204-783-2171Deaf Access Line TTY/TDD: 204-774-8618
- For individuals residing outside Winnipeg, a deaf access line TTY/TDD is available via the Manitoba Relay Service at 711 or 1-800-855-0511 that further connects to the above-stated phone numbers.
Are there any inquiries you'd like to make? Drop us a line at the Insured Benefits Branch via email here.
Remember to keep your Manitoba Health card or registration certificate on you at all times, as you or your loved ones might need them when seeking healthcare services. Both of these documents serve as proof of your eligibility for health coverage in the province.
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