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International Health Insurance – IHI First Choice

Group private medical insurance for expatriates

Minimum-maximum ages:
From birth-no maximum

Minimum group size:

Maximum benefit:
£1m, euros 1.5m, $1.8m

Cover provided:
Module one &#45 hospitalisation, inpatient treatment including outpaient/day case treatment in a hospital, local transport by ambulance, hospital cash for maximum of 25 nights and emergency treatment, module two &#45 outpatient treatment, online wellness benefits, examinations and other medical assistance, module three &#45 medicine and appliances, module four &#45 medical evacuation including expenses for accompanying person, module five &#45 rehabilitation and nursing at home or hospice, module six &#45 dental and optical cover

£100, euros 150, $175, £1,000, euros 1,500, $1,750

Groups of between 10 and 29 employees 5%, between 30 and 50 employees 10%, more than 50 employees negotiable

Cover for pre-existing conditions, cover for congenital, hereditary and chronic diseases

Initial 15%,
renewal 10%

Tel: 00 4533 153099


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