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Travel Medical Insurance

Medicare does not pay for medical coverage outside of the US.
Some Supplements & Advantage plans do provide limited coverage outside of the country but frequently it is for emergencies ONLY and require that you pay upfront then submit for reimbursement upon your return.  
For those who travel frequently or spend extended periods of time outside of the country an International Health Insurance Plan may make sense.
These plans are cost effective and flexible with rates based on trip duration, locale and coverage options.
You can get a quote using one of the links below or reach out to use with any questions.
The following two links should get you started and help answer any questions you have:
  1. Travel Insurance 101
  2. How to pick the Best Travel Insurance Plan

Traveling abroad is an exciting experience, but unpredictable illnesses and accidents can happen. Even worse, the resulting medical bills can be overwhelming. The level of international medical coverage provided by your domestic insurance provider can vary greatly depending on your plan, so you may have very limited coverage or no coverage at all. A travel medical insurance plan can provide the coverage you need.


International trips are filled with adventure. But unexpected medical and emergency events like a lost passport or family member falling ill can halt those plans and end up being more costly than the trip itself. It helps to know what’s covered ahead of time so you can plan and add to your coverage if you choose, before you leave.