Worldwide Health Options: Expatriate health insurance plan from Bupa International
A flexible international health plan where you create the package that suits you and your family best.
UK expatriates aged 18 plus
In-patient and day-case hospital accommodation
In-patient nursing care, medicines and surgical dressings
In-patient physician, surgeon,consultants and anaesthetists fees
In-patient operating room charges and intensive care
In-patient transplants and donor expenses for organ harvesting
In-patient diagnostic tests and pathology
In-patient CT/MRI/PET scans and advanced imaging
In-patient cancer treatment
In-patient and day-case psychiatric treatment
In-patient parental accommodation
In-patient prosthetic implants and devices and appliances
In-patient local road and air ambulances
Childbirth and treatment in hospital
Childbirth at home
Emergency dental treatment
Hospice and palliative care
Treatment of congenital and hereditary conditions
24/7 multilingual Helpline
Worldwide network of 5500 hospitals
Eyesight, obesity or fertility treatment
Choice of currency
Worldwide cover including USA
Worldwide cover excluding USA
A range of deductibles on core and optional sections
Worldwide Medical Plus - specialist treatment where a hospital stay is not required. It covers consultations with a doctor or specialist and medical treatments including physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic as well as cover for young child care, maternity care, complementary therapies and speech therapy. Pathology, X-rays and diagnostic tests are also fully covered.
Worldwide Medicines and Equipment - for prescribed medicines and the rental of medical appliances such as oxygen supplies or wheelchairs. Also covers any medicines required to manage chronic conditions such as asthma.
Worldwide Wellbeing - medical screenings that can provide valuable early detections of conditions such as cancer. It covers optical and dental treatments including routine, major restorative and orthodontic treatment.
Worldwide Evacuation - for when the treatment required is not available at a local hospital. Covers transport costs to the nearest suitable location. Repatriation has added option of returning to home country to be treated in more familiar surroundings. Provides cover for young children to be taken to a relative or guardian until their parent has recuperated, as well as compassionate visits for relatives to visit a patient during treatment and return home afterwards.