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Basic rates: Single person living alone aged up to 65: \u20ac184 for medical card and \u20ac304 for GP visit card. Single person living alone aged 66 and over: \u20ac201.50 for medical card and \u20ac333 for GP visit card. Single person living with family aged up to 65: \u20ac164 for medical card and \u20ac271 for GP visit card.
Assessment of income The weekly gross income limit for the over-70s medical card is: \u20ac550 for a single person. \u20ac1,050 for couples who are married, cohabiting or in a civil partnership.
People aged 16\u201325, including students If you are aged 16\u201325 and dependent on a parent or guardian, you are eligible for a medical card if your parent or guardian has a medical card. (This does not apply if their income is above the means test limit and they have a discretionary medical card.)
Assessment of income The weekly gross income limit for the over-70s medical card is: \u20ac550 for a single person. \u20ac1,050 for couples who are married, cohabiting or in a civil partnership.
People aged 16\u201325, including students If you are aged 16\u201325 and dependent on a parent or guardian, you are eligible for a medical card if your parent or guardian has a medical card. (This does not apply if their income is above the means test limit and they have a discretionary medical card.)

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You can apply online for a medical card on mymedicalcard.ie. This is the quickest method of getting the card. Alternatively, you can download a medical card application form: MC1 Medical Card and GP Visit Card Application Form (pdf)
Medical Card and GP Visit Card Form MC1. December 2021. If you are a frontier or posted worker or pensioner or dependent on a person insured in another EU/EEA country or Switzerland, you can apply for a medical card under EU Regulations by: \u2022
The GP visit card is available to everyone aged over 70 without an income test.
Anyone who is 'ordinarily resident' in the Republic of Ireland can apply for a medical card or GP visit card. This includes families, single people, even those working full or part-time. 'Ordinarily resident' means that you are living here and intend to live here for at least one year.
Anyone who is 'ordinarily resident' in the Republic of Ireland can apply for a medical card or GP visit card. This includes families, single people, even those working full or part-time. 'Ordinarily resident' means that you are living here and intend to live here for at least one year.

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