Many expats relocate overseas amidst the excitement of a new life and new challenges, yet it is important not to forget the financial risks and the financial implications of living in another country.
There is nothing more important than your health and the wellbeing of your family. Medical treatment overseas can run into thousands of dollars in the event of illness, so it is vital that you make an informed decision about your international private health insurance to avoid unnecessary financial risk. The best way to guarantee peace of mind is to make sure that you place your family’s health in the hands of a specialist in overseas medical insurance.
99% of claims paid
(the industry average is approx. 80%)
24/7 fast-track claims service provided to all insured members
24-hour multilingual claims service
International evacuation & repatriation
Corporate and individual policies, incl. families and children
Contrary to popular belief, expat health insurance is not a luxury , it is a cost effective measure and a vital aspect of your budget if you are planning on relocating overseas. Without the right international health insurance you could be liable for ruinous medical costs. Treatment for a broken leg can run into thousands of dollars.
Regency for Expats health insurance relieves you of the burden of worrying about the quality of medical treatment and the financial cost, leaving you free to enjoy your life overseas.
Regency for Expats now offers clients the option of additional evacuation and repatriation coverage as an add-on to our range of international health insurance plans.
Regency for Expats is constantly striving to develop products and services in line with customers’ requirements by acting upon the results of in-depth analysis amongst clients and international advisors. In order to fully serve the globally mobile expat community medical evacuation insurance and repatriation coverage has now been introduced.
Coverage up to a total of US$100,000 is an optional benefit for expat clients taking out Regency for Expats health insurance.