Getting to grips with medical practices in a new country can have more obstacles than might be expected. Read our new article to gain some insight and tips on pharmacies and over-the-counter drugs in some popular expat destinations.read more
The words Family Protection encompass two different kinds of insurance: Life Insurance and Income Protection should you be unable to work due to illness or accident.read more
What will be the impact of Brexit on social rights such as healthcare? This article tries to answer many of the questions a British expat may have.read more
Early British retirees can no longer access free healthcare when settling in another European country
British retirees abroad: no more access to the S1 Among a series of measures aimed at cutting the costs of the NHS, one of them has been a game changer for British people under pensionable age who settle in another European country.read more
What is the EHIC and how does it work? What cover does it offer? This article outlines the main ‘need to know’ facts related to the European Health Insurance Card.read more
Learning a new language can be difficult so check out our tips on how to learn English when you arrive in the UK.read more
In sub-Saharan countries (apart from South Africa), it is essential that with your medical insurance you also have a good evacuation or repatriation cover.read more
Giving birth abroad can be stressful, especially when you are not familiar with the healthcare system in your expatriate country.read more
It is now mandatory for residents in Dubai to subscribe to a medical insurance. Here are the changes for the expatriate population.read more
Approximately 95% of births in London take place within the National Health Service. Although the NHS does a good job, each year a large number of women rely wholly or partly on the private medical sector for one of the most important acts of their lives.read more
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- What should you expect from pharmacies in a new country? - Getting to grips with medical practices in a new country can have more obstacles than might be expected. Read our new article to gain some insight and tips on pharmacies and over-the-counter drugs in some popular expat destinations.