Short-Term Health Insurance for International Travel
For expatriates requiring temporary coverage while traveling for one week to six months, Clements offers comprehensive international Short-Term Travel medical insurance. No medical underwriting is required. You can obtain a quote online, purchase the policy, and print out your ID cards in one quick session. With a Short-Term Travel medical insurance policy from Clements, you and your family can travel anywhere in the world with peace of mind thanks to global coverage.
- Benefits & Features
Offering unparalleled medical benefits to expats on temporary travel, Clements’ Short-Term Travel medical benefits and features include*:
- Emergency medical evacuation is included at no additional cost.
- Coverage includes emergency dental, hospitalization/physical services, and urgent care.
- Accidental death and dismemberment.
*Limits and restrictions apply.
Who is eligible for Short-Term Travel medical insurance?
Clements’ Short-Term Travel coverage is available for expatriates residing outside their country of citizenship for at least a week, up to six months.
Can the Short-Term Travel medical insurance policy be renewed? If so, for how long?
A short-term travel medical insurance policy can be extended on a daily, weekly, or monthly cycle.
What if I need international health insurance coverage for more than 6 months?
For expats and their families requiring international health insurance coverage for more than six months, Clements’ GlobalCare® is recommended for a longer-term policy. Click here to learn more about GlobalCare®.
Does Clements’ Short-Term Travel medical insurance provide coverage in the United States?
Short-Term travel policies valid three months or longer provide a maximum of 15 days of medical coverage in the United States for emergency medical needs.
How would I file a Short-Term Travel medical insurance claim?
HCC Medical Insurance Services is the third-party claims administrator for Short-Term Travel offered by Clements Worldwide. HCC processes and pays overseas medical claims, answers any coverage questions, and provides emergency customer service.