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Old 14.01.2021, 12:56
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Re: Should I get supplementary insurance?

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It's not a simple yes / no question - supplementary insurance is a bit "a la carte", you can pick and choose options depending on what you need and what you can afford.

I've never used mine, and should probably cancel what little I have - for example I'm paying for a double room rather than a ward, but

a. I've never seen anything bigger than a double room in Swiss hospitals
b. I'd view sharing as a chance to improve my German (ideally while drugged up and relaxed, probably good for practicing)
My husband was in a four bed recovery room following his shoulder surgery. He did indeed get to practice his German as the three others in the room as well as most of the nurses didnít speak much English and either didnít speak French or didnít want to.
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