What is Australian Expat Insurance
Medical and Emergency Evacuation Expenses insurance for a person living overseas or abroad, who is commonly termed an expat or expatriate.
What is the difference between International Health Insurance and Travel Insurance?
Travel insurance is designed for those holidaying and provides protections against events such as loss of luggage and flight cancellations. Medical treatment is provided although is limited to an emergency situation aimed at getting you well enough to get back home to Australia.
International Health Insurance is comprehensive cover for Medical treatment expenses for those living in another country. It covers the costs of treatment to get you well to continue your time abroad.
How we help
Our company offers insurance polices designed for all industries, worldwide
100% of hospital expenses
International Expat policies provide cover for the total cost of hospital expenses to the limit you elect on the policy. You will even be covered for 50% of the expenses for elective surgery following an accident.
100% of Maternity and Pregnancy
Having a baby while living overseas can be stressful, our policies Include the cost delivery, post natal and follow-up related to post birth complications, up to the policy limit.
100% of non - hospital expenses
Medical cover is not limited to hospital care as it includes the cost of doctors, imagery, laboratory cost, day surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
Dental, optical and ancillary services
You will be entitled to part reimbursement toward a variety of routine and non-emergency services such as dental check-ups.
What about my personal safety while living abroad
We can offer policies to Australian Expats that covers the cost of evacuation to the nearest place of safety should the country you are in becomes unsafe
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