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When you’re living with cancer, going away on holiday could be just what the doctor ordered. That means you’ll most likely be looking for a good quality travel insurance to covers things like medical expenses.
With our specialist medical travel insurance, we consider all pre-existing conditions.
Depending upon the type of cancer and the stage that it’s at, we might be able to cover you for the following:
Getting travel insurance for cancer will mean that if something happens to you, you could be covered for medical expenses or having to cancel your holiday plans due to your condition.
When you’re ready, you can get a quote online, or if you’d rather speak to us, you can call our UK contact centres for free.
When you’ve got Avanti Travel Insurance, if something does go wrong - we'll always aim to put it right. Good to know, especially if you’re travelling with pre-existing health conditions.
That’s Travel Reassurance!
Yes, it is essential for you to declare having cancer, along with any other pre-existing medical conditions that you may have, such as an enlarged prostate or high blood pressure, when getting travel insurance.
We want you to be able to travel in confidence knowing that you are covered for your pre-existing medical conditions.
By telling us about the nature of your cancer, the treatments you’ve had and how it affects your daily life, we can build a level of cover that suits your needs.
If you’re living with cancer, or are in remission then we may be able to offer you our full cover if you can say yes to all of the following:
If you have cancer and are awaiting surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy, then we may still be able to offer you some cover, but would not be able to cover your pre-existing medical conditions.
That means you wouldn’t be covered for anything that could be caused by cancer or any of your other pre-existing conditions, like having to cancel your trip.
|Cancellation and cutting your holiday short||£1,000||£5,000||£7,500|
|Medical emergency and repatriation||£5 million||£10 million||Unlimited|
|Money and passport cover||£300||£500||£600|
|Personal liability||£2 million||£2 million||£2 million|
When applying for travel insurance, we’ll ask you a few multiple choice questions to help us understand how your cancer affects you. We’ll always respect your confidentiality and use the information to help us build a level of cover that suits your needs.
Here’s a few questions we commonly ask:
If you’re ready to answer these questions about your condition then let’s go and get your travel insurance!
If you are planning a holiday within Europe, you will need to get an EHIC as a condition of our travel insurance.
The EHIC is free and entitles you to free healthcare in most European countries when you use their state provided healthcare. Before you travel, it’s best to check that your destination is covered by EHIC, so that you can be prepared if you do need any treatment during your holiday.
Your EHIC is not the same as having good travel insurance for your medical conditions and won’t cover you for things that might go wrong, such as having to cancel your holiday or emergency transport home. That’s where your travel insurance with pre-existing medical conditions comes in. What your EHIC can do is reduce the medical costs where subsidised healthcare is available to you.
If you can use your EHIC to receive treatment during your holiday, and you have paid a subsidised fee, we will remove the excess fee for your medical emergency claims.
We may be able to cover you for your holiday with a single trip policy when your cancer is terminal.
We know you’re not defined by having terminal cancer and you may want to enjoy time with friends and family on holiday. But before you go on your trip, it’s really important to make sure it’s safe for you to travel. Speak to your doctors about your travel plans and they’ll be able to give you advice on whether you’re fit to travel. Once you’ve been given the go-ahead, it’s always best to make sure your plans are covered by specialist travel insurance.
Having terminal cancer may not stop you from being insured with us. We’ll need to know that your life expectancy is more than six months after you return back from holiday and that it’s safe for you to travel.
To find out more, or to get a quote for your trip, get in touch with our friendly team on 0800 888 6195, we’re based right here in the UK.
Yes, it is essential for you to declare any changes to your condition, or if you are diagnosed with any new conditions, so that we can consider these within your cover.
It might be that you took out your policy and have since been told that your cancer is in remission, or maybe you’ve been diagnosed with a new condition that’s completely unrelated to your cancer.
By telling us about these conditions we might be able to include these within your cover and allow you to travel with peace of mind.
You will need to tell us about any changes or new conditions before you next travel on your policy in order to be covered for them.
Talk to us today on 0800 888 6195. Or, you can get a quote online.