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Over 60s Medical Travel Insurance
Planning a short break or holiday can mean there are lots of things to think about and organise. One thing you must sort out before you go is ensuring that you have adequate travel insurance to cover you when you’re away. If you’re over 60, then you may be more likely to have a pre-existing medical condition than you were when you were younger. You’ll need to be up front to your insurer about any pre-existing medical conditions ahead of travelling. You need to tell them about conditions including cancer and diabetes, as well as depression and anxiety.
The severity of your condition, any treatment you’ve been getting and the length of time since you’ve been diagnosed can all impact your premium. The amount you pay could also be impacted by where you travel, as the USA, Canada and the Caribbean all have some of the most expensive medical care in the world.
Hospital treatment abroad should be covered by your travel insurance as well as any additional costs if you have to stay longer than planned. It can also help to get you home in an emergency. Over 60s can travel with complete peace of mind with adequate travel insurance to cover all of your pre-existing conditions. Just remember to take enough medication with you that you may need before you travel.