When you arrive, you will be asked to show some proof of identity, proof of address and your EHIC card. Do not forget them otherwise you have to pay. If you are not a European Citizen, you should apply for a study abroad insurance that covers your healthcare.
The best time to go to is an evening Monday-Friday as it does get busy on the weekends.
The nearest hospital to university is Hopital Européen Georges-Pompidou in the 15th. It is only a few stops away on RER C heading in the direction of Boulogne Billancourt.
The hospital bill will be sent to your home and you’ll have to pay it all
Your EHIC card will only cover up to 70% of your health costs. Once you have paid your hospital bill, you will then be able to apply for the money to be reimbursed.
Either the SU or Student Services will be able to help you fill out any necessary forms
Metro: If you experience an incident on the metro that puts you or someone else at risk (sexual harassment, racism, homophobia, unattended luggage, violence etc), you can contact the RATP via the following numbers. Remember to include the time at which you sent the message and the station at which the incident occured. If you are on an RER C, try to include the name of the train (VICK, SARA etc). These numbers will only work if you have a French phone number: Call: 3117 Text: 31177