Medical Insurance Expatriate

Expatriate medical insurance…

If you want the peace of mind of having medical insurance, expatriate status can make it more complicated, but there is a growing number of companies that offer cover for those living or working outside of their home country. With this kind of medical insurance, expatriates still have much the same cover as with standard insurance, ranging from basic to comprehensive protection. Some of the things you could expect to be provided by medical insurance for expatriates include:

  • Cash benefits if you spend time in hospital as an in-patient
  • Surgical procedures, treatment, care, medication, emergency medical costs, rescue services and ambulance transport
  • Pregnancy and childbirth
  • Costs of parents to stay in hospital with a sick child
  • Health screening
  • Disability compensation
  • Optional additions to your cover such as travel insurance

Some companies specialise in the kind of medical insurance expatriates need, but they will not necessarily offer the most competitive deal. The policies offered by different companies vary greatly, so it is worth shopping around to find the best deal for your circumstances - just click on the link and fill in the quick form, and an advisor will call you back with free quotes and advice.