Health authorities announced on Friday it was kicking off public registration on the health scheme (Gesy) registry starting next week.
In a statement, OAY said registration will be carried out in two phases to ensure it goes smoothly and to complete registration of parents and guardians before they register their children.
On Wednesday, April 24, registration of eligible persons aged 15-years-old and above on the Gesy registry and personal doctor lists for adults.
On Monday, May 6, registration of persons aged up to 18 on the Gesy registry and on a paediatrician’s list.
The law allows teenagers 15 and above to register with a GP or remain with their paediatrician until the age of 18.
Registration on the central registry and GP lists will be done online through www.gesy.org.cy
Information can be found on the website or by calling 17000 or emailing [email protected]