Medical Only Travel Insurance Plans

by Steve Dasseos on February 10, 2008

I am 75. My trip is to Thailand leaving March 3 and return March 26. Since Medicare does not cover me outside the US, looking for medical coverage during trip if a hospital is needed. I don’t need any pre-existing conditions coverage. Also, will a hospital accept this insurance or must I pay and submit bills to the insurance? Thanks, Lee

Hi Lee,

None of our travel insurance plans have any deductibles or copays. You just have to get the plan no later than the day before you leave on your trip and have fixed travel dates like you have. You can get a quote here.

As far as I know, all travel insurance plans require you to pay up front & be reimbursed later, though some of our plans can guarantee payment to a medical facility in order to secure your admission.

I hope this makes sense. If you want the right travel insurance advice, call us at 1-888-407-3854 and we'll help you figure it all out.

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