Simple Steps for Health System Registration in Bolivia

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What is it?

Health system registration in Bolivia is a necessary process to access healthcare services in the country. It ensures that individuals are enrolled in the national health database, allowing them to receive medical care and benefits.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for residents of Bolivia, including expatriates and long-term visitors, who need access to healthcare services. It is also essential for new employees and students moving to Bolivia who require health coverage.


  1. Visit your local health center or the nearest municipal office.
  2. Obtain a registration form from the administrative desk.
  3. Fill out the required information accurately, including personal and contact details.
  4. Submit the completed form along with the required documents (listed below).
  5. Receive a confirmation receipt and wait for your registration to be processed.
  6. Collect your health registration card or number once your application is approved.

Required documents

  • National ID (Cedula de Identidad) - Obtainable from the Registro Civil office.
  • Proof of residence - Utility bill or rental agreement.
  • Passport-sized photos - These can be taken at any local photo studio.
  • Employment contract or student enrollment - Provided by your employer or educational institution.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure all documents are up-to-date and valid.
  • Registration may take several weeks, so apply early.
  • For expatriates, providing a visa or residency permit may be necessary.
  • The health registration fee is usually minimal but confirm with your local office.


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