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Bupa International – Worldwide Health Options

Bupa International

Worldwide Health Options

Bupa International

Worldwide Health Options

Type: International private medical insurance plan

Minimum-maximum ages: 90 days-no maximum

Minimum premium: No minimum for adults, £396/$673/euro 495 minimum may apply to children under 15 living in some countries

Maximum benefits: Worldwide medical insurance up to £1.5m/ euro 1.875m/ $2.55m a year, worldwide medical plus up to £25,000/euro 31,250/$42,500 a year, worldwide wellbeing £5,000/euro 6,250/$8,500 a year, other benefits subject to individual limits

Cover provided: Worldwide medical insurance – full cost of hospital stay or day case, parent accommodation, nursing care, operating room, medicines and surgical dressings, intensive care, surgery, specialists’ consultation fees, diagnostics tests and imaging, prosthetic implants and appliances, cancer treatment, local road ambulance, emergency dental treatment, individual limits for psychiatric treatment overnight in hospital, psychiatric treatment as a day case, prosthetic devices, childbirth and hospital treatment, childbirth at home, newborn care, transplant services, hospice and palliative care, local air ambulance, home nursing, hospital cash, treatment of congenital and hereditary conditions; optional cover – worldwide medical plus for outpatient consultations and treatments, worldwide medicines and equipment, worldwide wellbeing for health screenings, vaccinations, dental and optical treatment, worldwide evacuation for transport costs including repatriation to home country, USA cover

Excess/deductibles: Worldwide medical insurance – £250-£5,000, euro 300-euro 6,250, $425-$8,500, worldwide medical plus £100, euro 125, $170, Worldwide medicines and equipment £50, euro 60, $80

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 01273 208181


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