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Away from home, but still in control

Comprehensive and flexible international medical insurance solutions for individuals, families and corporate clients worldwide.

Throughout the world, the demand for first class International Health Insurance has never been greater. As social health insurance services that could once be relied upon are no longer able to keep pace with the ever increasing cost of medical treatment, so the need to make alternative arrangements has become of crucial importance, particularly to the expatriate. For those expats living and working abroad, accessing the right kind of health insurance cover can turn out to be a nightmare, with the cost of medical treatment often expensive and difficult to arrange particularly in an emergency.

HealthCare International is a specialist provider of global private health and related personal insurances, designed to provide not just the basic health cover, but also a wide range of benefits providing peace of mind for you, your family or your personnel.

  • Short-term international cover

    Short-term international health insurance for those wanting one-off cover for up to 11 months.

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  • Benefits

    24-hour, 365-day, multi-lingual medical emergency assistance, so that if you do need help wherever in the world you are, we’ll be there

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  • Business health insurance

    Get the business medical and life cover you and your colleagues need so you can focus on what you do best.

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  • Testimonials

    "Many thanks for your professionalism. I have been very impressed with the level of service provided by your company so far and I have therefore recommended your services to several of my friends and expatriated clients."

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  • Why choose HealthCare International?

    We're an independent company that has specialised in delivering global medical, life and income insurance solutions for expatriates for more than 35 years.

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