Health Insurance

Peace Of Mind

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Get the coverage that you and your family need with one of our specialist health insurance advisors

What Kind Of Health Insurance Do You Need?

Comprehensive Family Insurance

For total peace of mind, you should protect your family with a comprehensive insurance plan. This policy will include outpatient treatment, dental and maternity.

An Individual Plan

Individual insurance will allow you to build a plan that provides the benefits that you need. These packages will allow you to add-on benefits such as dental, maternity and outpatient treatment.

Individual Plans with Maternity

If you are looking for a plan that covers childbirth, then you can save money by using an individual plan for the person who needs cover.

Emergency Cover

For cost effective protection against emergencies, you can consider a plan that only covers inpatient treatment.

What Kind Of Health Insurance Do You Need?

Comprehensive Family Insurance

For total peace of mind, you should protect your family with a comprehensive insurance plan. This policy will include outpatient treatment, dental and maternity.

An Individual Plan

Individual insurance will allow you to build a plan that provides the benefits that you need. These packages will allow you to add-on benefits such as dental, maternity and outpatient treatment.

Individual Plans with Maternity

If you are looking for a plan that covers childbirth, then you can save money by using an individual plan for the person who needs cover.

Emergency Cover

For cost effective protection against emergencies, you can consider a plan that only covers inpatient treatment.

Let Us Help Protect You And Your Family

Accessing quality medical care while you live and work abroad can be challenging. Asia and The Middle East are home to some of the world’s most expensive hospitals.

Most employers will offer health insurance, but often it is not enough to meet your needs. Important benefits such as maternity and dental coverage can be missing.

Hampton Bridge specialises in providing health insurance to expatriates around the world. Our specialist team will simplify your options so that you can quickly understand the type of coverage that you need.

Cut Through The Jargon

Inpatient

/ˈɪnpeɪʃnt/

medical treatment that is received in a hospital where patients occupy a bed

Outpatient

/ˈaʊtpeɪʃ(ə)nt/

when treatment is received at a hospital but the patient does not stay overnight

Deductible

/dɪˈdʌktɪb(ə)l/

the amount the insured must pay before their insurance covers them

Co-Pay

/kəʊ-peɪ/

the percentage of the bill the insured must pay with the insurance company

Maternity

/məˈtəːnɪti/

treatment for pregnancy and childbirth

Wellness

/ˈwɛlnəs/

preventative treatment and screening such as annual check-ups and vaccinations

Direct Billing

/dɪˈrɛkt ˈbɪlɪŋ/

where the insurance company bills the hospital directly so the patient doesn’t have to pay and claim back

Waiting Period

/ˈweɪtɪŋ ˈpɪərɪəd/

the period of time the insured has to wait before a benefit is covered common with maternity and dental

Luxury Provider

/ˈwɛlnəs/

a category of international hospitals that can be excluded from a health insurance plan because of the cost of treatment

Get Better Service With Your Current Insurance Plan At No Extra Cost

Many people purchase their health insurance directly from a health insurance company, often with the view that it is cheaper to do so than using a broker. In some industries this paradigm is correct, but for health insurance, it is certainly not.

Health Insurance companies pay brokers directly from costs which are already built into your plan. Adding a broker will not increase the cost of your plan and in some instances, it can reduce your premiums.

Having a broker working on your behalf will help you to resolve disputed claims issues, circumnavigate frustrating call centres, aid you in customising policies specifically for your needs and may reduce the costs of your renewal quotes.

If you do not have a broker, then contact us now as you are already paying for a service that you are not receiving.

It is also possible to switch from an existing broker if you are unhappy with the level of service you are currently receiving.