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MSP covers basic medical expenses such as doctor visits, x-rays and hospital treatments. Residents of BC must be enrolled in the MSP plan.

Extended health coverage is invalid if your MSP is discontinued.

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Your health care card

Each B.C. resident enrolled with the Medical Services Plan (MSP) is given a unique lifetime identifier for health care called a Personal Health Number (PHN).

To register and obtain a BC Services card, visit your local ICBC driver’s licensing office. If you are between the ages of 19 and 75, you have two options:

  • Combine your driver’s license with the BC Services card when your driver’s license is up for renewal
  • Obtain a separate BC Services card

People under the age of 19 and over the age of 75 will not be required to have a photo ID card, however, their enrolment must be renewed every five years. Failure to re-enroll may result in a lapse of MSP coverage. Currently, there is no charge for the change.

For more information check out: BC Services Card

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