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Reviewed May 2024

The Saudi government requires expatriates and their family members living in the KSA to have private health insurance. It is essential to note that renewing an Iqama or obtaining a work permit in the KSA is not possible without proof of insurance.

Fortunately, most expatriates who wish to work and reside in the Kingdom are eligible for employer-provided health insurance. This insurance typically covers their medical expenses, hospital bills, medical evaluation bills, repatriation, and more.

Read on as this Wego article provides the steps and methods you can follow to check the status of your Saudi health insurance.

Saudi health insurance check 2024

All expatriates and their family members residing in Saudi Arabia must have health insurance or medical insurance. Without such insurance, expatriates will not be able to renew their Iqama, obtain a work permit, or process an exit/re-entry visa.

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Status and expiry date check by Iqama number

Expatriate residents in Saudi Arabia can check the status and expiry date of their health insurance by entering their Iqama number on the Council of Cooperative Health Insurance (CCHI) website. This will allow them to identify the insurance company that issued their policy.

To check the status and expiry date of your Saudi health insurance with an Iqama number, follow the steps given below:

The next page will display your complete health insurance information, including your class, beneficiary number, policy number, deductible percentage, and expiry date.

Status and expiry date check without Iqama number

Expat residents to Saudi Arabia can also check their health insurance status and expiry date and identify the insurance company that is issued through the CCHI website without their Iqama number.

To check the status and expiry date of your Saudi health insurance without an Iqama number, follow the steps given below:

The next page will display your complete health insurance information, including your class, beneficiary number, policy number, deductible percentage, and expiry date.

 

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