CALL: 877.593.5403

09:00am to 08:30pm EST - Mon to Fri
12:00pm to 05:00pm EST - Sat to Fri

Visitor Medical Insurances – Compare premiums & benefits

Doctor and hospital bills covered; Direct billing and PPO discounts possible; Ideal for visiting parents & family

Benefits & Coverage

Hospital/Intensive care costs
Doctor Office Fees
Blood work, diagnostic tests expenses
Prescription Drugs
Emergency Medical Evacuation
Repatriation of Mortal Remains
Ambulance Expenses
PPO discounts and cashless billing


Visitor Insurance FAQ provides answers to common questions
Learn more about Health Insurance on Wikipedia
Review Tips for buying Visitor Medical Insurance

Plans By

Pre-existing Condition Exclusions

Most plans exclude coverage for pre-existing conditions. In other words, routine (or pre-planned) medications, procedures etc. for medical conditions that already exist prior to the start of coverage will not be covered by the plan.

However, some plans can offer coverage for life threatening situations arising from pre-existing conditions. So, some plans indeed offer coverage when the traveler requires a hospitalization during the trip because of a sudden and acute onset of a pre-existing medical condition. Get a quote using the above form to see the coverage details and plans offering this special benefit.

Related Posts

Proposed Immigration Law Changes Miss Larger Picture

Proposed changes to the country’s immigration laws would significantly restrict family visas in order to make more room for in-demand employment visas. Those changes are contained in an immigration-reform bill that was cleared by the Senate in June 2013. The bill includes several visa restrictions, and specifically calls for the elimination of the family-based visa system that allows adult siblings of American citizens to immigrate to this country.  However, the proposed changes are already triggering stringent criticism, especially from the Asian American community in this country. The immigration reform bill,  the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernisation Act was […]

Read more »

Starting Pangs: Group Health Insurance for Small Businesses

All big establishments typically start small. Often, though, practical questions plague the small business owner: How can I ensure group health insurance coverage for my three employees, without breaking the bank? Will companies actually cover just two or three people as a group? The answer is: yes. Group health insurance plans are of different types. Small businesses can also bring their employees under small business group insurance. While the premium will differ based on the number of employees covered under the group, typically, group insurance can be purchased for a minimum of two or five employees, depending on the plan. […]

Read more »