Background: I have been living in France for 2 years and will be here on a scientist visa for another year. One year from now, I will move to an asian country for work for 3 years. I'm considering getting a contraceptive implant which lasts for 3 years, so I don't have to worry about getting it prescribed in the next country I'm moving to (the kind I currently use is not available there, and finding something that works well may be challenging). However, if I get it a few months before leaving France, I will need to have it removed/reinserted a few months before I leave my new country. My new country does not provide/have this implant.
I will be spending some time in France intermittently, for work reasons, and to visit my French partner during my stay abroad.
Can I see my previous doctor in France, when I live abroad and am visiting, to have a procedure done, without current access to CPAM? Obviously I would pay for the costs of the procedure and the visits, I just want to make sure it's actually possible for a non-EU national to have non-emergency medical treatment in France when they are not currently resident there.