Global Protective SolutionsSpecialty Medical Complications / Travel Benefits and Services
While the risks of medical complications from our highly qualified providers are low, all surgical procedures carry certain risks and complications can and do occur. We are proud to partner with Custom Assurance Placements, who administer the Global Protective Solutions (GPS) programs that provide specialized benefits and services designed specifically for the unique needs of international medical travelers.
Usually standard travel insurance excludes medical travel activities, and thus will not provide any benefits in all likelihood, and certainly no coverage in the event of a complication from a scheduled elective surgery. Further, when a medical complication does happen it is usually the patient’s responsibility for paying the additional medical expenses. By enrolling to participate in the GPS program, this gives you the needed peace of mind.
GPS provides benefits and services for both travel related accidents / illness as well as a host of benefits in the event of a medical complication that is a result from your scheduled elective procedure. It is the only package available that provides protection while you are in the host country as well as when you return home for a period of 6 months. Travel companion coverage can also be chosen.
Ease your mind in knowing that you can receive outstanding medical care at reasonable prices and enjoy the added benefit of knowing that if there is a complication you are protected.
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We promise to work diligently to seek out and arrange the best medical care possible for the condition(s) to which you present. We will utilize our expertise in facilitating care at the lowest possible cost and with the highest clinical outcomes.
Canadians accessing medical travel outside of Canada is a real and growing business. After spending several years researching the market and building strong relationships, IHP spearheaded this movement in Canada in 2005. Today, IHP continues to send a growing number of patients to leading international healthcare facilities for care, while remaining committed to supporting.
Dr. Shane Kraft
International HealthCare Providers, President