International Health Insurance for Expatriates
Ensuring access to quality health care usually ranks amongst the very highest expatriate priorities. Particularly if living in a developing country, or a country characterised by high health costs, expats want to ensure that they and their family have ready access to high-quality medical care, uncompromised by their location - with medical evacuation available if required.
International health insurance is far more complex than domestic health insurance because of the vastly wider range of circumstances that have to be contemplated. A considerable number of excellent expatriate health policies are available in the international market place but the use of a professional international broker is recommended both to manage the relative complexity and the sheer range of circumstances that need to be considered. To mention just a few:
- Coverage for pre-existing medical pre-conditions
- Geographic coverage
- Maternity Cover
- Cover post Age 65
- Limits and "Sub" Limits within policies
- Continuity options
- Relationship with National health systems
We strongly recommend you use the services of a broker to assist you in deciding the appropriate type and level of cover in your circumstances - there is no additional cost for this service - and we provide access through the Exfin Inquiry form on the bottom of this page to specialist brokers from one of the world's largest insurance brokers.