Expat Medical Insurance will take care of your medical insurance needs regardless of where in the world you choose to travel, live or work.

As a reliable and well-known insurance intermediary we work with a variety of international insurers. This gives us an opportunity to provide insurance policies that fit individual customer requirements.

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Waiting period in a Global Health Policy

A waiting period is the amount of time from policy start date, during which you and your dependants are not entitled to cover for a particular benefit. For example, if the waiting period for dental coveris 10 months, then once your policy has started, you cannot file any claims related to dental treatment for 10 months.

Most insurance companies will have a waiting period on maternity cover to prevent women taking out a Medical insurance Policy once they are already pregnant. Usually, the waiting period for maternity is between 10 to 12 months. A New Born Plan will also usually have a waiting period of 10 to 12 months from the start of a policy.

Our adviserscan provide you with a personalized quote of medical insurance plans, as well as further explain any restrictions in your International Medical Insurance Policy.