Health Insurance in Canada

Health insurance in Canada should be given a good amount of time before moving to this country. Although the quality of medical services is above average, with the government spending over 4300 USD per capita on health per year, it is important for expats to add the right safeguards, both medically and financially.

As a specialist in expat health insurance, Aetna has over thirty years of experience in the field. Over 400,000 of their members are located around the world

- Choice of plans that offer a range of cover, from hospitalization to in- and outpatient care as well as maternity and dental

- Established Group offices around the world

- Direct claims system 

- Owned by a strong parent - Aetna Inc.

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Foyer Global Health is the expatriate specialist brand by Luxembourg’s leading insurance company Foyer Group. Our health plans are the result of decades of experience with customers from all over the world.
- Delivering first-class client service all over the world, 7 days a week and 24 hours a day
- No yearly maximum plan benefit applies to any of our plans.

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AXA PPP International, a subsidiary of AXA Group, offers some of the best plans for international health insurance. Canada-based expats have a wide array of health insurance options, from government-funded healthcare to private insurance providers. Aside from out-patient and in-patient treatment, expats may have optional add-ons such as dental care and international travel plan.

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