For Canadians travelling abroad have Emergency Medical Insurance: Single-Trip Plan and Multi-Trip Plan.
It’s important to note that our provincial health coverage may not cover emergency medical costs when we are outside Saskatchewan or Canada.
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Define an Emergency
An emergency is defined as an unforeseen ‘medical condition’ requiring immediate treatment to reduce danger to one’s life or health. The emergency is over when you can continue your trip or return home. Some medical emergencies that travel insurance can cover are:
- A fall
- Broken limb
- Being hit by a falling object
- Unexpected illness caused by infection or reaction
Billing if Abroad
Blue Cross Insurance
GMS Travel Insurance
Tugo Travel Insurance
We offer single-trip or multi-trip Medical Plans.
You can choose between single-trip and multi-trip plans to ensure you’re covered. Multi-trip medical plans are perfect for those who travel frequently or are Snowbirds. On the other hand, single-trip plans are designed for travellers with one specific trip.
So, select the best plan that suits your travel habits and enjoys your journeys without any worries.
What does the provincial healthcare plan?
It might come as a surprise, but your provincial healthcare, Saskatchewan Health, offers coverage for only certain things when you are travelling outside the province. It may not cover the entire cost of certain things, either.
For example, the cost of ambulance or prescription drugs typically is not covered by your government health plans. In case you don’t have insurance, the cost of emergency transportation or medications could burn a hole in your pocket.
Stay informed and COVID travel FAQs.
Pandemic Travel FAQS provides the latest information on Canadian Government travel warnings and advisories, helping you understand how they could impact your insurance coverage. Don’t let uncertainty hold you back from travelling – stay informed and confident with our comprehensive resources.