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VISITORS TO CANADA TRAVEL INSURANCE
Are you or someone you know planning to stay in Canada? Visitor-to-Canada travel insurance is the product for you.
In Canada, because Canadian healthcare plans don’t cover the medical fees of visitors, travellers must take out a travel insurance policy. While visitors can buy a policy in another country, purchasing insurance from a Canadian insurance company is strongly recommended. These insurers understand the Canadian healthcare system and have the expertise to find the best care for you. Claims are also simplified, because Canadian hospitals know these companies. This means you can avoid paying thousands of dollars and having to wait until you’re back home for reimbursement.
WHAT IS COVERED BY VISITOR-TO-CANADA INSURANCE
Visitor-to-Canada travel insurance covers medical emergencies and hospitalization in Canada. Coverage can range from $10,000 to $300,000 for the duration of your policy.
If a medical emergency strikes while you are visiting in Canada, you can make a simple, toll-free call, day or night, and be connected with a professional who can refer you to a physician, clinic, or hospital to receive appropriate care.
Emergency medical fees coverage includes:
- Emergency hospital care
- Emergency medical care
- Emergency medical transport
- Accidental dismemberment or death
- Escort expenses
- Emergency dental care
- Emergency travel home
- Repatriation of remains
UNDETECTED RENAL ABSCESS
Graciela and her family were visiting from Chile. One day, she started complaining of abdominal pain and nausea. When her temperature ran very high, Graciela’s parents called an ambulance and she was taken to a children’s hospital, where it was discovered that she had a large abscess on her kidney. She was hospitalized for 7 days and her medical treatment included drainage of the abscess under CT fluoroscopy, before being discharged with antibiotics.
|Amount paid by the insurance company||$32,624.81|
WHO THIS INSURANCE IS FOR
- Visitors to Canada
- Canadians who aren’t covered by government healthcare
- People in Canada on a work visa
- New immigrants who are waiting to obtain government healthcare
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VISITOR-TO-CANADA INSURANCE AND SUPER VISA INSURANCE