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Expatriate Healthcare’s, International Travel Insurance TravelCare policy covers all nationalities, travelling from anywhere in the world.
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Just choose whether you want a single or annual trip and put your mind at rest that you’re covered on your travels.
With this worldwide travel medical insurance policy, additional policy options and destination tailoring is also available if you wish to adapt cover and premiums to provide you with exactly the right travel insurance solution for you.
There are so many spectacular places to discover and you shouldn’t let a little thing like travel insurance hold you back. Wherever you want to go in the world, it’s important that you are happy with your level of medical insurance, so you can enjoy your holiday worry free.
Here at Expatriate Healthcare, we will give you peace of mind when you’re travelling even if you have a preexisting medical condition. We know how vital it is that you have travel medical insurance that you can rely on ensuring that you have rapid emergency treatment if you get injured and you can safely return home if required.
The travel medical insurance policy primarily provides medical cover against the high cost of medical treatment and emergency medical evacuations when you’re abroad. This includes 100% cover of acute/emergency sickness and injury and hospitalisation. You can see the benefit schedule below to see exactly what’s included.
Sometimes accidents and losses can be unavoidable, but they can be extremely frustrating. We offer an optional level of protection that you can add to the standard plan to cover yourself against losses to property, liability and accidents that you may suffer whilst travelling abroad. In addition to this, with our extra level of cover for cancellation and curtailment, you will be protected should your trip be unexpectedly cancelled or you are forced to return home early.
This is the core policy option, which provides the important medical cover against the high cost of medical treatment and emergency medical evacuations. The Basic plan benefits also provide you with 24-hour access to trained nurses to ensure that medical advice is only ever a phone call away.
In addition to the benefits included on the Basic level of cover, this optional level of protection also covers you against the additional losses to property, personal liability and accidents that you may suffer whilst travelling abroad.
Adding to the benefits of the Standard level of cover, Cancellation and Curtailment covers you in the event that your trip is unexpectedly cancelled, or you are forced to return home early.
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Expatriate Healthcare’s, International Travel Insurance TravelCare policy covers all nationalities, travelling anywhere in the world.
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The Benefit Schedule is a summary of travel cover and must be read in conjunction with the Policy Wording.
All Coverages and Plan Costs listed in this Schedule of Benefits are in Euros. All benefits will be reimbursed at Usual, Customary and Reasonable (UCR) charges where applicable. Amounts shown are the maximum per policy and period of cover, except where otherwise stated.
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We say yes. Getting medical care on holiday could cost you thousands of pounds if you’re not protected. Travel medical insurance that covers emergency medical treatment and evacuation when you’re abroad is essential.
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Our worldwide travel insurance works by reimbursing you for the costs associated with any emergency treatment you receive for an illness or injury during a trip abroad. With us you’re covered for up to $/€1,000,000 for emergency and accidental medical treatment.
There are certain pre-existing medical conditions that you will need to declare when purchasing travel medical insurance. Anything that may increase the chance of needing medical treatment abroad.
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Yes, generally high blood pressure is considered a pre-existing medical condition as is diabetes, heart disease and anything that would not have occurred overnight after buying your travel insurance plan.
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When choosing a single trip or one way trip policy the maximum duration must not exceed 180 days. If you’re purchasing an annual multi-trip policy the maximum duration of a trip must not exceed 90 days in total.
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