insurance cosmetic surgery Belgium

Accreditation of the Sint-Jozef hospital of Bornem

List or licensed hospitals in Belgium (Flanders): http://www.health.belgium.be/eportal/Healthcare/Healthcarefacilities/index.htm?fodnlang=nl#.VQs-AuGJ1yA
List of websites of licensed hospitals in Belgium:
http://www.zorg-en-gezondheid.be/Zorgaanbod/Ziekenhuizen/Websites-van-algemene-ziekenhuizen/
Indemnity Insurance:
Dr  Oelbrandt ( KBC )  / Dr N van der Dussen ( Breda Insurance ) / Dr Colpaert  are well insured for medical indemnity / liability.
company-cosmetic-belgiumHowever, it is recommended to bring your European health insurance card (EHIC) along, in case you would have a road accident or any other illness not related to your private treatment. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) allows you to access state-provided healthcare in all European Economic Area (EEA) countries and Switzerland at a reduced cost or sometimes free of charge. Everyone who is resident in the UK should have one and carry it with them when travelling abroad. Applying for the card is free and it’s valid for up to five years.  http://www.nhs.uk/EHIC/Pages/About.aspx
Many  patients take out extra  medical insurance, for example with: http://www.medicaltravelshield.com/  – a specially designed travel insurance policy for people travelling abroad for medical procedure.
This is also recommended. It covers you for medical complications during the first 31 days upon your return in the UK (provided you stayed 2 nights in Belgium after your procedure) .