Expat Health Insurance as Defined by Cigna Global

What is expatriate health insurance?

Expatriate health insurance is designed for those who are living and working abroad.  It is designed to give you and your family access to the best healthcare possible, wherever you are in the world.

Why do I need expatriate health insurance?

The quality of healthcare can vary widely around the world.   The quality of care in your new country may not be to the standard you were used to back home.  Also, as a foreign national, you and your family will not likely be entitled to any free or subsidized healthcare. It is therefore important to consider an expatriate health plan to provide for the healthcare needs of you and your family.

What does expatriate health insurance cover?

A Cigna expat health insurance policy is flexible to your needs.  Start with one of our core insurance policies.  These provide you protection for essential hospital stays and treatment.  Surgeon and consultation fees as well as hospital accommodation are covered. In-patient, outpatient and cancer treatments are also provided for.  In addition, our Gold and Platinum core policies offer levels of cover for routine maternity.

You can tailor your policy with a range of optional benefits.  International Outpatient provides you with more extensive outpatient cover including doctor’s visits and prescriptions.  In addition you can add medical evacuation, health and wellbeing and vision and dental benefits to your policy.

Our international health plans explained

How much does expatriate health insurance cost?

The cost of health insurance will vary by plan and insurer.  Some insurers might offer you cheap plans, but the cover they provide may be significantly less.  At Cigna we work hard to ensure that we keep our levels of cover high and prices down.  The Cigna plans are flexible and tailored to you and get a free no obligation quote today.



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