Philippines: International Health Insurance & Expat Healthcare
Moving to Philippines? Information for Expatriates about Health Insurance Philippines, Travel Health Insurance, International Health Insurance.
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With Cigna Global Health Options, you can create an international health insurance plan that's perfectly tailored for the needs of you and your family. We provide the reassurance of comprehensive core cover, and the flexibility of adding as many extra benefits as you want to ensure you have a plan perfectly suited to your needs.
As an international private medical insurance (IPMI) broker we help to protect the health of expatriates around the world. Our IPMI plans provide customers with access to first class medical care wherever and whenever it's required. My Matchmaker's online 'Selector' tool allows you to compare insurance plans and choose the cover that best meets your requirements using our unique star-rating system.
If hospitalized with a serious or critical medical condition, expats and those traveling away from home now have a choice where they are treated. Travel MedEvac, the premium air medical transport plan, provides air medical transport to your hospital of choice in your home country, back to your family, your healthcare network and your doctors.
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