To update an address with the Ontario Health Insurance plan, visit the Address Change page at Service Ontario's website. Alternatively, print an address change form or visit a local ServiceOntario center to obtain a form, explains the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Another option for changing an address is sending a letter to a ServiceOntario center with the correct name, phone number and health number, as well as current and previous addresses.Continue Reading
Ontario Health Insurance plan participants must keep personal addresses updated in order to keep insurance coverage active, explains the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Participants are legally obligated to inform the ministry of any address changes. Insured individuals with photo cards may receive new cards after updating a residential address. Individuals with expired photo cards must visit a ServiceOntario center.
Insured individuals with red and white health cards, or photo health cards without an address on the back, can continue using the same card after updating a residential address, according to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care. Whenever an individual obtains medical help, he must show his Ontario health card. Participants receive cards upon joining the insurance plan. To apply for the Ontario Health Insurance plan, an individual must visit the closest ServiceOntario center. The applicant needs to bring his completed registration form as well as documents that prove his identity, show that he is a resident of Ontario, and demonstrate that he meets the immigration requirements.Learn more about Health Insurance