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Renewing Your Health Card

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To renew your health card or replace your health card, visit your local Service Ontario location. Ensure that you bring the proper documentation.

  • Your current health card

  • Your completed health card renewal form

  • Three original documents, one from each listed on the Ontario health Insurance Plan.

Online renewal eligibility:

You may be able to renew your health card online if you have:

  • A valid Ontario photo health care that

    • Will expire within 90 days, or expired on or after December 1, 2019 and

    • Has an up-to-date photo and signature

    • Has an up-to-date address with Service Ontario

      • You cannot renew your health card online within 90 days of changing your address with Service Ontario

    • A valid driver’s licence that

      • Is not suspended, cancelled, or expired

      • Does not require a test

      • Has an up-to-date photo and signature

      • Has an up-to-date address with Service Ontario

    • A valid Ontario photo Card (not expired or cancelled)

If you are between 75 and 80, you have to renew your health card in-person at your nearest Service Ontario centre to take a new photo. If you are 80 or older, you can also renew your health card by mail. Learn more about health care renewals for seniors over 80, by clicking here.

Looking to replace, cancel or change information on your health card?

For more information, please visit the Service Ontario website: HERE (www.ontario.ca/page/health-card-renewal)

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