Health Insurance in Iceland

Healthcare in Iceland is widespread. The healthcare system is largely paid for by taxes (85%) and to some extent, by service fees (15%). It is governed by the Ministry of Welfare. Children and adolescents under the age of 18 are covered for health insurance with their parents.

Aetna International Health Insurance provides benefits perfect for anyone living abroad, whether you’d be relocating with your family, or on your own. Consult an Aetna expert now to plan your stay abroad and learn more about their services such as:

- Annual maximum coverage to $2 million

- International Style Coverage

- Additional excess and coinsurance add-ons

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Bupa Global is one of the largest international health insurers in the world, offering direct access to some of the best facilities and medical professionals worldwide. Standard features include:

- Same level of cover, whether you are at home or away
- Direct access to specialists without referral from a family doctor
- Access to over 1.2 million private hospitals and clinics worldwide
- The freedom to choose where in the world you receive treatment (within your area of cover)

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For your health options in Iceland, choose Cigna Global. Experience a world class customer satisfaction through their international health insurance. Cigna made it easy for each client to have access to their customer service since it is available 24/7 and will get you connected to clinical staff. There are also no hidden charges or limits when you subscribe to them.

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