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Vietnam: Medical Evacuation Insurance

Medical evacuation insurance for expats in Vietnam 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.

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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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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Healthcare in Vietnam

If you're moving to Vietnam, healthcare and health insurance require careful consideration. This article covers the quality of healthcare at hospitals and clinics in Vietnam, the availability of prescription medications, vaccinations and more.

Healthcare in Vietnam

If you're moving to Vietnam, healthcare and health insurance require careful consideration. This article covers the quality of healthcare at hospitals and clinics in Vietnam, the availability of prescription medications, vaccinations and more.

Having a Baby in Vietnam

Expats talk about the good and bad experiences they had giving birth in Vietnam. This article is a must read for any expecting expat parents who are considering having a baby in Vietnam.

Having a Baby in Vietnam

Expats talk about the good and bad experiences they had giving birth in Vietnam. This article is a must read for any expecting expat parents who are considering having a baby in Vietnam.

22-Things-Expats-Wish-They-Had-Known-Before-Moving-to-Vietnam22 Things Expats Wish They Had Known Before Moving to Vietnam

Expats in Vietnam talk about what to bring when moving to Vietnam, learning Vietnamese, healthcare, culture shock and more.
Expats in Vietnam talk about what to bring when moving to Vietnam, learning Vietnamese, healthcare, culture shock and more....

Healthcare-in-VietnamHaving a Baby in Vietnam

Expats talk about the good and bad experiences they had giving birth in Vietnam. This article is a must read for any expecting expat parents who are considering having a baby in Vietnam.

Expats talk about the good and bad experiences they had giving birth in Vietnam. This article is a must read for any expecting expat parents who are considering having a baby in Vietnam. ...

Living-in-VietnamHealthcare in Vietnam

If you're moving to Vietnam, healthcare and health insurance require careful consideration. This article covers the quality of healthcare at hospitals and clinics in Vietnam, the availability of prescription medications, vaccinations and more.

If you're moving to Vietnam, healthcare and health insurance require careful consideration. This article covers the quality of healthcare at hospitals and clinics in Vietnam, the availability of pres...

Retirement-In-Ho-Chi-MinhAn Expat Shares What it's Like Retiring in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

A retiree in Ho Chi Minh city talks about returning to Vietnam after serving there during the war. The cost of living, friendly Vietnamese people and the relaxed lifestyle all brought him back to HCMC.

A retiree in Ho Chi Minh city talks about returning to Vietnam after serving there during the war. The cost of living, friendly Vietnamese people and the relaxed lifestyle all brought him back to HCM...

Moving-To-Ho-Chi-Minh-CityAn Expat Talks about Moving to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

An Australian expat in Ho Chi Minh advises newcomers to bring plenty of clothes for very warm weather since clothing there runs very small. He also recommends looking at a lot of apartments before choosing and taking into consideration proximity to work, supermarkets, swimming pools, because traffic is a major issue.

An Australian expat in Ho Chi Minh advises newcomers to bring plenty of clothes for very warm weather since clothing there runs very small. He also recommends looking at a lot of apartments before ch...

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