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If you do have a medical condition, it’s important that you find a travel insurance policy that covers you should anything happen in relation to your health. Medical bills abroad can be expensive and so your policy is there to protect you from financial loss by taking care of any emergency medical expenses, so you don’t need to worry.
This being said medical travel insurance is so much more than just covering medical expenses. Our assistance team are there to help you should you have to go to hospital whilst you are away. We can liaise with the treating medical team, arrange to bring you home should you need any further treatment and pay you a hospital benefit as part of your cover.
All Holidaysafe policies provide medical travel insurance as standard and include:
At Holidaysafe we are able to cover hundreds of medical conditions. We’ve made declaring them online as quick and easy as possible with our specialist Protectif medical risk rating service.
Some of the most common conditions include:
A shocking majority of us do not take our annual holiday allowance, and instead let our precious days off fall to the way side. However, now there is a medical reason to ensure you take every last day – not going on holiday is bad for your health.
It has come to light that the NHS has decided that GP’s should stop prescribing travel vaccines that are exclusively for travel.
To make sure you stay healthy and well during your holidays, you must be prepared. Here are our top tips for avoiding a holiday disaster, and staying healthy abroad;
Deep vein thrombosis or DVT is when a blood clot forms in a vein, this often occurs in the legs because of long periods of immobility, but it can happen elsewhere in the body, for example the arms.
Please note, Holidaysafe’s online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices.
To get a quote please choose one of the following policy types;