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International Healthcare FAQs

If your question is not answered here, please call us on +44 (0)20 3551 6634 and one of our advisors will be happy to assist you with our International Healthcare Insurance plans.

Am I eligible to purchase your Healthcare Insurance?

What does ‘pre-existing medical condition’ mean?

Do I need to declare pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or hypothyroidism?

Is pregnancy and maternity cover included?

What is a two-year moratorium?

Will I need to take a medical examination?

Do you cover outpatient treatment or visits to a doctor?

Do you cover routine medical check-ups?

Which hospitals can I use?

What does ‘Excess’ mean?

How is the excess applied?

Will a claim affect my renewal?

What happens if I fall ill outside my Area of Cover?

What happens if I wish to cancel my policy?

Do you provide expat medical insurance in the USA?

In which countries do you provide expatriate insurance?

Do you provide expatriate medical insurance reviews?

Are you regulated?

Can I purchase an international healthcare policy for less than 12 months?

THESE FAQS ARE INTENDED AS A GUIDE. FOR FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HEALTHCARE COVER PLEASE REFER TO THE POLICY WORDING.

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