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COVID-19 Official Statement:

We at Medipac understand that for many Canadians, travel is indeed essential; as is proper coverage for medical emergencies, including those related to COVID-19.

When you purchase Medipac Travel Insurance, you’re covered – it’s in our policy.

Pre-existing condition clauses and other policy terms and conditions will continue to apply.

Medipac is endorsed by Canada’s most experienced travellers – members of the CSA and Legion.

Don’t be fooled by copycats – Medipac Travel Insurance is NOT available through agents or brokers.

 

STEPS TO PROPER COVERAGE

STEPS TO PROPER COVERAGE

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  • Download and read the Travel Medical Insurance Application.
  • Review questions and answers with your doctor, if you are unsure.
  • Determine your rate category: Preferred Plus, Preferred or Standard.
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COVERAGE OPTIONS

COVERAGE OPTIONS

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  • MedipacPLUS
    MedipacPLUS
  • Annual Plan
    Annual Plan
  • Superannuates
    Superannuates
  • Top-Ups
    Top-Ups
  • Underwritten Plan
    Underwritten Plan
  • MedipacPLUS
    MedipacPLUS
    • More than double your coverage for only $59.
    • Protect your Claim-Free Discount.
    • A must-have option!
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    HOW TO SAVE
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    Travel Insurance - HOW TO SAVE
  • NEW to Medipac? You can save up to 5%, too!

  • Loyalty Credit – Save up to 8%

  • Claim-Free Discount – Save up to 10%

  • Provincial Discounts

  • Deductible Options

  • Annual Plans

  • WHEN TO CALL
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  • Health or medication change before your Effective Date of Insurance.

  • Have a pre-existing condition that is not stable.

  • Not eligible? Ask about our Underwritten Plan.

  • If you want to change your departure or return date.

  • Require an extension to your policy when travelling, call before your policy expires.

  • Need to seek medical treatment, call Medipac Assist even if you have a larger deductible.

  • When to call Medipac?