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My baby was born in an Ontario hospital but we are only visiting Ontario for a short period. Can we use the Ontario Health Coverage Infant Registration form to register our baby for Ontario health coverage while we are here?

No. Tourists, transients or visitors are not eligible for OHIP coverage. For a child born in Ontario to be eligible for Ontario health insurance coverage they must make their primary place of residence in Ontario, and be physically present in Ontario for at least 153 days in any 12-month period to retain OHIP coverage.

If you are visiting Ontario from another province or territory in Canada, contact your home province/territory regarding health insurance coverage for your baby and any insured services received while visiting Ontario.

For More Information

Call the ServiceOntario INFOline
Toll-free: 1-888-376-5197, 416-314-5518 (Toronto only)
TTY toll-free: 1-800-387-5559
Core Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm

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OHIP is the government-run health plan for Ontario. It is funded by money from taxes paid by Ontario residents and businesses.

OHIP的资金来自安省居民和企业税金。

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If you’ve been out of Ontario for more than 212 days in any 12‑month period, you may have to reapply for OHIP. Contact ServiceOntario to be sure.

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Visitors to Ontario from other Canadian provinces and territories, or from outside Canada, do not qualify for OHIP. If you’re Canadian, find out what your provincial/territorial plan or private health insurance plan will cover before you take your trip to Ontario.

We also recommend that you buy private medical insurance for your trip.

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How do I renew my child's health card?
Children under the age of 15 ½ years have health cards that are exempt from both photo and signature.

Your child's renewal notice will be mailed approximately two months prior to the expiry date shown on the front of his or her photo health card. In most cases, children under 15 ½ years of age can have their health card renewed by the custodial parent/guardian completing and signing the back of the child's renewal notice and returning it to the ministry in the pre-addressed envelope. You will receive your child's renewed health card in the mail within approximately six weeks following the receipt of the completed application. Your child's existing health card should be shown when receiving insured health services until the new card arrives.

The child's renewal notice will advise the parent/guardian if they must visit an ServiceOntario Centre or Outreach site to provide their own proof of residency and identity to support the renewal of their child's health card.

If your child's health card is expiring around the time of his or her 16th birthday, he or she must visit a ServiceOntario centre in person to have their photo and signature captured. Your child must bring acceptable original documents as listed on the Ontario Health Coverage document List (form 9998E-82).

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You may be out of the province for up to 212 days in any 12-month period and still maintain your Ontario health insurance coverage provided that you continue to make Ontario your primary place of residence.

To maintain eligibility for OHIP coverage you must be an eligible resident of Ontario. This means that you must :

have an OHIP-eligible citizenship/immigration status; and
be physically present in Ontario for 153 days in any 12-month period; and
be physically present in Ontario for at least 153 days of the first 183 days immediately after establishing residency in the province; and
make your primary place of residence in Ontario.
If you will be out of the province for more than 212 days in any 12-month period, please refer to the Longer Absences from Ontario fact sheet.

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Am I eligible for OHIP right away or do I have to wait?
There may be a three-month waiting period for your OHIP coverage.

Generally speaking, if you are a newcomer to Ontario, or a former resident returning here to live after being out of the country for more than seven months, the waiting period begins on the date you establish or re-establish residence in Ontario.  You may also be required to be present in Ontario for 153 days of the first 183 days immediately following the date residence is established in Ontario (you cannot be absent for more than 30 days during the first 6 months of residence).

If you are an eligible resident moving to Ontario from another part of Canada, the health insurance of your former province/territory may cover you during the waiting period for OHIP coverage.

If you are not covered by another province/territory, it is important to buy private health insurance to cover you until your Ontario health insurance coverage becomes effective.

Certain groups are exempt from the three-month waiting period; contact ServiceOntario INFOline at 1-866-532-3161 or visit your local ServiceOntario Centre to find out if you may be exempt from the 3-month waiting period.

If you are a member of a military family, please refer to the Military Family Members fact sheet for more information.

If you are a Canadian citizen who is in the process of adopting a child, please refer to the fact sheet entitled Adoptions and OHIP Eligibility.

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To change your name on your health card to reflect your new legal name, you must visit a ServiceOntario Centre, complete a Change of Information (form 0280-82) and present the original of one of the following:

Certified copy of the court order for a change in name
Change of name certificate
Adoption court order
If you do not already have a photo health card, you must also provide three original documents to prove citizenship, Ontario residence and identity.

If you have any questions regarding your own specific situation, call the ServiceOntario, INFOline at 1-866-532-3161.

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