I've booked flights for my daughter and I to visit my sister and her family in France/Switzerland this summer. My sister has suggested I take out health insurance in case of a no-deal Brexit. Just wondering if anyone else has considered this scenario or if any of you have some advice? I have advanced heart failure, take lots of medication and have a pacemaker and defibrillator fitted, but generally manage to avoid visiting hospitals for anything other than planned check-ups.
Usually I am happy to travel to my sister's with just my EHIC card (since I stay with her for the duration and I'm generally stable) but wouldn't feel comfortable without insurance if the EHIC was no longer valid. I've read it will remain valid for a couple of years post-Brexit, but only if a deal is agreed. What sort of health insurance should I be looking for, does anyone know?