When you have a medical condition, finding suitable travel insurance can feel like a daunting task. At Get Going, providing medical travel insurance is our speciality. We use a relatively non-invasive medical screening system, to work towards our aim of being able to provide cover for as many of the UK’s travellers as possible.
Travelling with medical conditions can result in premiums that shoot through the roof, but we offer very competitive premiums. We consider and cover 1000’s of medical conditions every year and deliver doctor-led emergency medical assistance.
Which conditions does our medical travel insurance cover?
Our screening system is familiar with 1000’s of different conditions. We are aware that no two people experience the same condition in the same way, for this reason, you will be asked a relatively non-invasive question set, related to your stated condition.
If for some reason your medical condition is not recognised you should contact us to discuss how we might be able to help. Some of our most commonly covered conditions include:
- Diabetes (type 1 and type 2)
- Coronary angioplasty and other heart conditions
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
This is by no means an extensive list of all the medical conditions that we are able to provide cover for.
Please note: We are able to provide cover for 1,000’s of conditions. If your condition is not listed either run through a quote or get in contact with us and we’ll be happy to help.
Why Choose Get Going?
10,000 medical conditions covered
24/7 emergency assistance team
£10m cover for emergencies
Up to £5,000 cancellation cover per person
What does medical travel insurance cover?
All Get Going policies are able to cater for medical conditions. That means that your cover levels will be relevant to the policy that you choose, see cover levels for more details. So you choose your cover level, screen your medical conditions and we’ll let you know if we can provide you with the cover or not. Once covered you’ll have access to:
Up to £10,000,000 in case of medical emergency, including cover for:
- Public hospital inconvenience benefit
- Mobility and disability equipment
- Emergency replacement of prescription medication
- If you need emergency medical attention
Which cover levels are available on medical travel insurance?
Aside from the medical-specific cover levels outlined above, depending on your chosen cover level, you will also have access to:
- Up to £5,000 cancellation and curtailment cover
- Up to £2,000 for lost stolen or damaged personal possessions
- Cover for both missed outbound departure and connection
- Up tp £250 cover for lost, stolen or damaged passport
- Up to £250 cover for lost or stolen cash
- Up to £2,000,000 cover for personal liability
- Up to £50,000 for legal advice
- Up to £25,000 for personal accident
- Up to £300 cover for emergency pet care
- Up to £1,000 cover for hijacking and mugging
For a full list and furter information, refer to your policy wording.
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*Single Trip from pricing is based on 3 nights in France, for a 50-year-old, individual traveller.
*Multi-Trip from pricing is based on a 12 month, Europe Excluding policy, for a 50-year-old, individual traveller.
*Longstay pricing is based on a 3 month, Europe Excluding policy, for a 35-year-old, individual traveller.