If you are receiving a state pension or disability pension and living abroad or if you are moving out of Denmark, then you are no longer covered by your Danish health insurance unless you move to Iceland, Sweden, Norway or Finland. In those countries, you will automatically be given health insurance when you register yourself as living in that country - but you must still apply for the blue EU health insurance card.
If you are a pensioner and living or moving to an EU/EEA country or Switzerland
If you are living or moving to an EU/EEA country or Switzerland, you must apply for the public health insurance to be covered. You must apply using form E121.
If you need medical assistance before you get health insurance via form E121, you can use the blue EU health insurance card.
If you are a pensioner and living or moving to a country that is not in the EU/EEA or Switzerland
If you are living or moving to a country that is not in the EU/EEA or Switzerland, you must apply for health insurance by contacting the local health insurance authorities in the country to which you are moving.
What do I do if I cannot get health insurance abroad?
If you are not entitled to public health insurance in the country that you are living in or moving to, or if the country has no public health insurance, Udbetaling Danmark - Public Benefits Administration recommends that you contact a private consultant.