Emergencies on trips abroad


  • Include emergency healthcare provided in permanent emergency centres.
  • Ambulance: includes transfers from the place where the Insured is to the hospital where the care covered and from this hospital to the Insured’s home.
  • Hospital Admission: Includes any type of hospitalisation (medical, psychiatric, paediatric, in ICU, surgery, obstetric) in a clinic or hospital. The patient shall occupy a conventional, individual room with a bed for relatives, except in psychiatric hospitalisation, in ICU and in incubator.

Overseas emergency healthcare

  • This is an additional cover to your policy covering emergency illness or accident abroad.
  • Includes healthcare abroad to a limit of €12.000 per person and year for medical expenses, up to a maximum of 90 consecutive days from the start of the trip.

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