MedjetAssist

Medjet

Worldwide

17 Reviews

Valid for Travel Now Through 24 Jan 2021

As a MEDJETASSIST member, if you become hospitalized internationally or domestically — 150 miles or more from your residence address — Medjet will arrange medical transport to your home-country hospital of choice for inpatient care. All you pay is your membership fee.Additional MedjetAssist Benefits Include:• Medical Consultation• Transfer of Mortal Remains"Medjet does the best job for one very important reason. The fine-print disclaimers that you’ll find in other policies are virtually eliminated ... I strongly advise you to consider this." - Peter Greenberg, Author/Travel Editor, CBS News

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As a MEDJETASSIST member, if you become hospitalized internationally or domestically — 150 miles or more from your residence address — Medjet will arrange medical transport to your home-country hospital of choice for inpatient care. All you pay is your membership fee.

Additional MedjetAssist Benefits Include:

• Medical Consultation

• Transfer of Mortal Remains

"Medjet does the best job for one very important reason. The fine-print disclaimers that you’ll find in other policies are virtually eliminated ... I strongly advise you to consider this." - Peter Greenberg, Author/Travel Editor, CBS News

About Us

About Us

Medjet is the premier global air medical transport, travel security and crisis response membership program for travelers. Unlike an insurance company or platinum card service, there are no deductibles, no claim forms and no monetary caps on air medical transport costs. And for travelers under age 75, there are no medical questions or preexisting condition clauses. Members don’t need to have a transfer deemed “medically necessary.” Accidents, illness and safety concerns can happen anywhere. Medjet can get you home.

Insider Tip

Contact Laura Heidt at lheidt@medjet.com for more information, collateral and your personal partner link to enroll your clients.

Sustainability

"One thing almost all the other options have, in the small print of their document of coverage, are the terms 'nearest acceptable facility' and 'medically necessary.' That should scare everyone.

We see story after story of people stuck in foreign hospitals because of those terms; they indicate that if the insurance company deems the hospital you are in an 'acceptable facility,' and transporting you to your own hospital at home is not 'medically necessary,' that’s where you’ll stay." - Medjet CEO, Mike Hallman

Learn more about our services here: http://www.medjetassist.com

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