Manitoba provincial health plan
What’s covered by the provincial government health plan?
The Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living Services Insurance Plan (MHSIP) is the provincial planOpens in a new window for all Manitoba residents. It provides coverage for most of your basic healthcare services.
Are you covered?
To qualify, you must be a resident of Manitoba for at least 6 months every calendar year. You are not eligible for coverage if you are a tourist, visiting the province or transient. Certain exceptions apply.Opens a new website in a new window - Opens in a new window
How personal insurance can keep you covered
Personal health insurance can help supplement your coverage where you need it most.
Cover unexpected costs
Though you’re covered, you still pay for some of your provincial health coverage. Personal health insurance can help make sure you aren't paying out of pocket for unexpected expenses.
Knowing the gaps in provincial plans and the workplace coverage you have can help make sure you have the coverage you and your family needs.
Help save money
Taking care of your health now means avoiding serious illnesses or paying for expensive treatments later. Personal insurance can help you get the services and care you need without the big cost.
These highlights from the Manitoba Health Services Plan are for general reference only and are subject to change, corrections and updates. Other government programs may also be available. For more information on the latest coverage details, contact:
Insured Benefits Branch, Manitoba Health
300 Carlton Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 3M9
In Winnipeg, call 204-786-7101
Winnipeg Deaf Access Line TTY/TDD: 204-786-7132
Outside of Winnipeg, call toll-free 800-392-1207
Outside of Winnipeg deaf access phone: The Manitoba Relay Service at 711 or 1-800-432-4444 to reach the above number.
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Last updated: April 2022