Health Insurance in Chile

In general, health insurance in Chile is free to all residents and constitutes three percent of the wages of Chileans. Expats who have legal resident status in the country may also enjoy the same public health insurance benefits on the same basis as locals. However, if they want to avail of the unemployment benefits, they must have lived in Chile for at least two years; ten years if they want to have the disability benefits; and 15 years if they want to qualify for the pension insurance.

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.

More info on Aetna International

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.

More info on Foyer Global Health

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