January 26, 2012
If you’re moving abroad for any reason, one thing that always needs to
be at the top of your list is the organisation of expat health
insurance. It’s all-too easy to overlook health cover in the excitement
of the impending move, but forgetting it can be a big mistake, as
international healthcare is often different to domestic cover. Having a
private policy is essential, and if you take the time to look into it,
you’ll soon find the expat medical insurance policy that best suits your
You’ll want to start by looking for a in-patient plan that offers an
attractive level of cover. Where necessary you may want to consider
optional additional cover for a more comprehensive level of protection.
Out-patient, maternity and dental plans may be worth considering, as is a
repatriation plan. With repatriation you can be confident that if the
necessary treatment isn’t available locally you can get it in your home
country without additional expense.
Of course, the type of international health insurance policy you’ll need
will depend on your individual circumstances and your budget. It’s also
important that you have a vastly experienced and specialised global
insurance company on your side that will be able to offer advice and
support as well as a great range of policy options. We’re committed to
providing clients an exceptional level of cover. If you’re looking for
an expat insurance policy, make sure to get in touch.
Information and advice for expatriates //