Norway: Medical Evacuation Insurance

Medical evacuation insurance for expats in Norway is often included or an add-on module in an international health insurance plan. Additionally, some companies offer medical evacuation services independent of a broader health insurance plan. Both types of medical evacuation insurance are designed to repatriate you in the event of a medical emergency. To learn more about the specifics of each plan, take a look at our partner companies below.

Travel MedEvac

Travel MedEvac

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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Cigna Global Health

Cigna Global Health

Cigna Global Health's medical evacuation module offers medical evacuation in the event that treatment is not available locally in an emergency, as well as repatriation, allowing the beneficiary to return to their country of habitual residence or nationality.

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GeoBlue

GeoBlue

Leaving home for work, school, or vacation? Be sure you take the right international travel health insurance with you. Plans vary in levels of coverage and duration, and all plans include medically necessary COVID-19 testing and treatment. Click here to speak with GeoBlue's Sales Team.
GeoBlue offers global health plans for international assignments or trips lasting 6 months or longer. With access to over 1.7M medical providers in 190 countries around the world, GeoBlue provides members with solutions and industry-leading digital services - ensuring top-quality coverage to people who live, work, study and travel internationally. Click here to speak with GeoBlue's Sales Team.

Healthcare in NorwayHealthcare in Norway

Expat share advice about healthcare and health insurance in Norway.

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The main problem where I am in Norway, is that the doctor I have is too lax and laid back, basically I go in and sit in his office to chat. No exam, I have only had my blood pressure taken once in nea -

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An expat in Oslo, Norway shares some thoughts about her experiences with the health care system there. Her advice, based on hard experiences, is to definitely get private health insurance. -

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Help others moving to Norway by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Norway, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.

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