$300,000 per person
Emergency Evacuation arranges to medically transport a patient to an appropriate medical facility. Medical Repatriation arranges for a patient to return home to receive care. Repatriation of Remains arranges for return of deceased remains back to the place of residence.
Emergency Medical Evacuation/Repatriation – The plan will pay Covered Expenses incurred if any covered Injury or Illness commences during the Period of Coverage that results in the Medically Necessary Emergency Medical Evacuation or Repatriation. This benefit must be approved and arranged by Seven Corners Assist in consultation with the local attending Physician. Emergency Medical Evacuation or Repatriation means: a) the Insured Person’s medical condition warrants immediate transportation from the place where the Insured Person is located (due to inadequate medical facilities) to the nearest adequate medical facility where medical Treatment can be obtained; or b) after being treated at a local medical facility as a result of a Medical Evacuation, the Insured Person’s medical condition warrants transportation with a qualified medical attendant to his/her Home Country to obtain further medical Treatment or to recover; or c) both a) and b) above. All transportation arrangements must be by the most direct and economical route.
Return of Mortal Remains – The plan will pay the reasonable Covered Expenses incurred up to a maximum of $50,000 to return Your remains to Your Home Country, if You should die. This benefit must be approved and arranged by Seven Corners Assist. Covered Expenses include, but are not limited to, expenses for embalming, a minimally necessary container appropriate for transportation, shipping costs, and the necessary government authorizations.
Return of Minor Child(ren) – Should You be traveling alone with a Minor Child(ren) and are hospitalized because of a covered Illness or Injury and the Minor Child(ren), under age nineteen (19), is left unattended, the plan will arrange and pay up to $50,000 for a one way economy fare to their Home Country (including the cost of an attendant/escort, if necessary to insure the safety and welfare of a Minor Child(ren)). This benefit must be approved and arranged by the Assistance Company.
Emergency Medical Reunion – When Emergency Medical Evacuation or Repatriation is ordered and the attending Physician recommends that a family member travel with You, the plan will arrange and pay, up to $50,000, for a round trip economy-class transportation for one individual of Your choice, from Your Home Country, to be at Your side while You are hospitalized. This benefit must be approved and arranged by the Assistance Company. The benefits payable will include: (1) The cost of a round trip economy air fare; (2) Reasonable travel and accommodation expenses (not to exceed $200 per day) incurred in relation to the maximum of $50,000. (3) The period of Emergency Medical Reunion is not to exceed ten (10) days, including travel.