Streamline Health System Registration in Peru Easily

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What is it?

The Health System Registration service in Peru is designed to streamline the process of enrolling individuals into the national healthcare system. This service ensures that citizens and residents have access to public health services, including medical consultations, treatments, and emergency care. It simplifies the complex bureaucratic procedures, making it accessible to everyone who needs healthcare coverage.

Who needs it?

This service is essential for Peruvian citizens and residents who need to register for public healthcare services. It is especially beneficial for expatriates, digital nomads, and individuals working under local contracts. If you are planning to live in Peru for an extended period, such as for work or study, or if you are a local who has not yet registered for health services, this registration is crucial to ensure you are covered in case of medical need.


  1. Visit the official health system registration website or local health office.
  2. Fill out the registration form with personal information such as name, address, and ID number.
  3. Submit the required documents (listed below).
  4. Wait for the confirmation email or notification from the health office.
  5. Once confirmed, you will receive your health registration card or number, allowing you access to public health services.

Required documents

  • National ID (DNI) or Passport for identification.
  • Proof of address such as a utility bill or rental contract.
  • Employment contract or proof of income, if applicable.
  • Photocopies of all submitted documents.

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Additional details

  • Ensure your documents are up-to-date and accurately reflect your current living situation.
  • If you are an expatriate or a digital nomad, having a local contact or representative can speed up the process.
  • Registration can sometimes be done online, but physical submission may be required for initial verification.
  • Employees working under local contracts may have specific forms provided by their employer for this registration.
  • It’s crucial to keep a backup of all submitted documents for future reference.


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