Does Visitors insurance cover blood work and lab tests?
Unfortunately no, visitors insurance only covers for any new and unexpected sicknesses and injuries. Examples of such would include; a broken arm because of a fall, injuries due to a car accident, a visit to…
A medical examination is not necessary as the diagnosis of a pre-existing condition is always up to the discretion of the attending physician. Read more about pre-existing conditions here: Pre-Existing Conditions for Visitor Coverage.
You do not need a medical examination before purchasing travel insurance. For some additional information on visitors insurance, check out our Knowledge Center.
Unfortunately, there is no visitors insurance plan that will offer coverage for planned treatments or preventative care physician visits. Any expenses related to an existing condition will be the patient's responsibility. For coverage related any…
Travel medical insurance covers only new and unexpected medical situations. Insurance does not offer any preventative care or planned consultation for already existing conditions. Read this to learn more: Pre-Existing Conditions for Visitors Insurance
The plans that we offer are all short-term plans. These cover only for unexpected new illness or injury that begins after the policy goes into effect. These would not cover for preventive care, pre-existing conditions,…
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