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Travel is one of the most exhilarating and memorable experiences anyone can have – but being prepared for the unexpected should be an essential part of your travel planning, and your planning should include emergency medical travel insurance.
As a smart traveller you know that you need to be covered for Emergency Medical. Did you know that our All Inclusive Package includes Emergency Medical, Trip Cancellation/Interruption/Delay Luggage Loss, Luggage Damage/Delay and so much more? It’s an all-in-one product that makes it easy for one-stop shopping. Get a quote for the All Inclusive Package today!
Emergency medical travel insurance can provide coverage if you are injured or experience a medical emergency while travelling outside of your home province or country. It can also provide coverage for emergency evacuation to return you and your travelling companion home. If you are travelling alone, it can provide coverage for someone to attend your bedside while in hospital, provide care for your children if you are hospitalized, and much more.
Out-of-country medical attention can be extremely costly and your Government Health Insurance Plan will not provide adequate coverage while you are outside of Canada. Having emergency medical travel insurance coverage may protect you from the high cost of these medical bills in the event that the unexpected happens.
Emergency medical travel assistance can play a crucial role in helping you get the immediate medical attention you need. When travelling, you may not know where to go to seek medical treatment. Your policy will provide you the assistance you need in helping you locate a certified medical facility no matter what time of day or night you call.
Emergency medical situations can range from minor injuries to life-threatening situations while travelling and may require immediate medical attention or even evacuation. These issues can range from reactions to local food or water, to falling while walking on the beach, to a heart attack and more.
Travel Guard offers family rates to families under the age of 55. For example, if a family of 5 with 2 parents and 3 dependent children under the age of 21 purchase the emergency medical plan through Travel Guard, the premium will be based on only the 2 oldest travellers. The emergency medical plan is a great way for families to protect against unexpected emergency medical costs while travelling.
*For a complete listing of coverages, benefits, terms, conditions, limitations, exclusions and termination provisions, please view the policy wording.