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‎At a hospital,

Nurse: Is this your first visit?
Patient: Yes, it is.
N: Do you have “an” insurance card?
P: No, I don’t.
N: What department do you want to visit?
P: I want to go to dermatology.

As for the second line of the nurse,
would it be possible to say, Do you have “your” insurance card?
Or in this case, it should be “an”?

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‎At a hospital, 

Nurse: Is this your first visit?
Patient: Yes, it is.
N: Do you have “an” insurance card?
P: No, I don’t.
N: What department do you want to visit?
P: I want to go to dermatology.

As for the second line of the nurse, 
would it be possible to say, Do you have “your” insurance card?
Or in this case, it should be “an”?
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