In general, expenses are eligible for reimbursement if they would qualify as a medical expense tax credit under the Income Tax Act of Canada.
Examples of eligible health care expenses include:
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Any service performed by a qualified medical/dental practitioner, including but not limited to the following:
Acupuncturist, Chiropractor, Cosmetic Surgeon (some conditions apply *), Dermatologist, Naturopath, Obstetrician, Ophthalmologist, Optician, Orthodontist, Osteopath, Physician, Plastic Surgeon (some conditions apply *), Practical Nurse (for medical services), Psychoanalyst, Registered Nurse, Surgeon, Chiropodist, Christian Science Practitioner, Dentist, Gynecologist, Neurologist, Oculist, Optical (all services), Optometrist, Orthopedist, Pediatrician, Physiotherapist, Podiatrist, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Speech Therapist, Therapist
Note: A qualified medical practitioner means a person who is authorized to practice in accordance to the laws of the province and certified according to the practitioner’s governing body.
* As of March 4, 2010, expenses for purely cosmetic procedures and/or surgery are no longer eligible. If the procedure / surgery is medically necessary due to injury, deformity, accident or trauma (including psychological) a letter from a medical practitioner stating the medical reason for the procedure is required.
All Dental Services
Dental X-Rays, Examinations, Filling teeth, Oral surgery, Replacement filling, Denture repairs and replacement, Extracting teeth, Gum treatment, Orthodontist, Straightening teeth
Anesthetist, Oxygen Masks/Tents, Vaccines, Hospital bills, Use of operating room, X-Ray Technician
Prescribed Medical Treatments
Audiology, Bone Marrow Transplant, Electric shock treatments, Hydrotherapy, Insulin treatments, Physiotherapy, Radium Therapy, Speech Pathology, Whirlpool baths, Blood transfusion, Diathermy Nursing, Healing services, Injections, Organ Transplant, Pre-natal/post-natal treatments, Registered Nurse, Ultra-violet ray treatments, X-Ray treatments
Materials and Apparatus which are Prescribed by a Recognized Medical Practitioner
Contact Lenses, Eyeglasses, Hospital beds if required in home, Infusion pumps for diabetics, including peripherals,
External Breast prosthesis, Heart monitors or pace makers, Inductive coupling, Monitors attached to babies identified as being prone to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Optical scanners or similar devices to enable a blind individual to read print, Osteogenesis stimulator, Prescription medications, Television closed captioning decoders, Orthopedic shoes or boots, Oxygen tent Syringes, Wigs, if required as a result of disease, accident or medical treatment
Devices Designed and/or Used for the following:
Other Materials and Apparatus which don't require a Prescription