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Why Travel Medical Insurance?

Did you know that you have a 50% to 70% possibility of becoming ill while traveling to less developed countries? Or that motor vehicle accidents and drowning are the most common cause of death in travelers age 55 and younger?* With Travel Medical Insurance you can protect yourself from the unexpected while traveling internationally. Many people are shocked to find out that their primary health insurance coverage does not cover them during international travel. If you become sick or injured while traveling abroad and don’t have Travel Medical Insurance the financial responsibility for the necessary medical care will most likely be your responsibility.

For over 30 years we’ve been assisting vacationers, students studying abroad, corporate travelers, missionaries and extreme sports enthusiasts find the best International Travel Medical Insurance to fit their traveling needs. If you have any questions regarding Travel Medical Insurance, contact us or get a free Travel Medical Insurance Quote now.

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Individual

Travel Medical Insurance

  • For International travelers looking for temporary medical insurance coverage while traveling outside of their home country.
  • Plans with $0 – $2,500 deductibles.
  • Medical benefit options ranging from $10,000 to $1,000,000.
  • No Coinsurance for claims incurred outside U.S. or Canada.
  • Includes emergency medical and political evacuation and repatriation.
  • $250 per certificate period for lost checked luggage.

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Travel Medical Insurance

» For International travelers looking for temporary medical insurance coverage while traveling outside of their home country.

» Plans with $0 – $2,500 deductibles.

» Medical benefit options ranging from $10,000 to $1,000,000.

» No Coinsurance for claims incurred outside U.S. or Canada.

» Includes emergency medical and political evacuation and repatriation.

» $250 per certificate period for lost checked luggage.

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Travel Medical Insurance

  • For groups of five or more international travelers looking for temporary medical insurance while traveling outside their home country.
  • Plans with $0 – $2,500 deductibles.
  • Medical benefit options ranging from $10,000 to $1,000,000.
  • No Coinsurance for claims incurred outside U.S. or Canada
  • Includes emergency medical and political evacuation and repatriation.
  • $250 per certificate period for lost checked luggage.

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Global

Medical Insurance

  • Flexible, long-term, annually renewable, U.S-style major medical insurance program designed for U.S. citizens living abroad, and non-U.S. citizens throughout the world.
  • Choose from either our CitizenSecure(R) or CitizenSecure Economy package.
  • Overall maximum medical benefit $5,000,000 lifetime.
  • Plans with $250 to $5,000 deductibles.
  • No Coinsurance for claims incurred outside U.S. or Canada.

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More Countries Are Requiring Proof of Travel Medical Insurance

More countries are requiring proof of travel medical insurance than ever before. Cuba being one of those announced last year it would require visitors to show proof of travel medical insurance when entering the country, more nations—primarily in Europe–are requiring international travelers to have such proof available.

European countries requiring or recommending proof of medical insurance are mostly found to be in the central, eastern and Baltic regions; among them Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine,Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. As of now, most countries of Western Europe, such as France, Germany, UK, Italy, Spain, Belgium, do not specifically require citizens of the United States or Canada to show proof of medical insurance. But virtually all of them recommend visitors have travel medical insurance, as most of their hospitals and doctors will expect payment for services when rendered. In addition by the time the summer travel season kicks into high gear, more countries may be requiring visitors to prove they have travel medical insurance.

In addition some countries are specifying the travel medical coverage requirement state that visitors “may be asked to show proof,” others say they “will be required,” to show it. Either way you should have the proof available with you in the event that this comes up.

Another question many ask is what constitutes acceptable coverage. Most countries who require or ask for proof of coverage specify a minimum of 30,000 euros which is the standard requirement of Schengen zone countries.” (The Schengen zone* consists of 25, mostly western, European countries that have agreed to cross-border easements on visa rules for travel between them. Citizens of the U.S. and Canada with valid passports are not required to have visas for travel to any of the Schengen countries for up to 90 days. But some of the countries within Schengen—mentioned above—do require proof of medical insurance.) The only way to be sure of your status is to confirm the Entry/Exit Requirements of the countries you will be visiting or transiting to.

Travel Medical Insurance for international travelers is important to have regardless of your international destination or reason for traveling. Acquiring travel medical insurance is necessary for vacationers, executive international travelers, students studying abroad as well as missionaries and adventurers alike.

*The following 25 countries comprise the Schengen Area:

Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

We provide medical coverage that meets as well as exceeds the requirements of any and all foreign

government entry demands. You can Get A Quote as well as purchase the coverage online or get more information on each plan and its eligibility and disclosure requirements by visiting our Insurance Plans section or click on one of the plans displayed above.