GeoBlue Travel Health Insurance
Each Concierge Collection vacation outside of the United States and U.S. territories includes GeoBlue Travel Health Insurance. GeoBlue is a trade name of Worldwide Insurance Services, LLC, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. Since 1997, Worldwide Insurance Services has been dedicated to helping travelers identify, access and pay for quality healthcare, all around the world.
In addition to generous insurance coverage that begins the day of your trip reservation, GeoBlue provides toll-free, concierge-level, multi-lingual customer service that helps you:
- Determine appropriate level of care – Translate symptoms into an action with this authoritative triage tool. You can decide to seek treatment in an emergency room, schedule a doctor visit or employ home remedies.
- Find a doctor and schedule an appointment – Review detailed profiles of contracted doctors to find the best match and locate the office.
- Translate medical terms – Translate symptoms, diagnoses and treatment plans into the ten most common languages.
- Translate medications – Find country-specific prescription and over-the-counter names and preparations for over 400 medications.
You also have access to GeoBlue’s online tools, a 24 hours a day, seven days a week resource with self-service tools for navigating risks and finding the best care options.
GeoBlue Traveler Benefit Summary
|Trip Period Maximum Benefits||$1,000.000 per Insured|
|a-Surgery, anesthesia, in-hospital doctor visits, diagnostic X-ray and lab||100%|
|b-Office visits: Including X-rays and lab work billed by the attending physician||100%|
|Inpatient Hospital Services|
|a-Surgery, anesthesia, in-hospital doctor visits||100%|
|b-In-patient medical emergency||100%|
|Ambulatory Surgical Center||100%|
|Ambulance Service (non-Medical Evacuation)||100% up to $1,000|
|Benefits for claims resulting from downhill (Alpine) skiing and scuba diving
Certification by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) OR the National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) required or diving under the supervision of a certified instructor
|Up to $10,000|
|Medical treatment received in the Home Country||Not Covered|
|In the Home Country Outpatient prescription drugs||Not Covered|
|Outside Home Country Outpatient prescription drugs||100% of Covered Expenses|
|Dental Care required due to an injury||100% of Covered Expenses up to $200 maximum per Trip Period|
|Dental Care for Relief of Pain||100% of Covered Expenses up to $100 maximum per Trip Period|
|Repatriation of Remains Benefit||$25,000 Maximum Benefit|
|Medical Evacuation Benefit||$250,000 Maximum Benefit|
|Bedside Visit Benefit||Maximum Benefit per Trip Period up to $1,500 for the cost of one economy round-trip air fare ticket to the place of the Hospital Confinement for (1) person|
|Accidental Death & Dismemberment Benefit Principle Sum||$50,000|
Pre-existing Condition means a medical condition for which medical advice or treatment was received during the 6 months immediately preceding the Insured Person’s Trip Coverage Start Date. This is waived for US outbound travel.