Are you planning on retiring to Ireland? We don’t blame you – the beautiful countryside, the relaxed way of life, all those pubs, not to mention the fact that house prices are at a record low which means some truly….read more »

Quite simply, international health insurance covers ex-pats and locals for medical treatment and reimbursement of medical expenses in the event of disease, illness or injury, wherever they are in the world.

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Nobody wants to be left isolated….read more »

Travelling can be a risky business. But while there’s a school of thought that says the more you travel the more you expose yourself to risk, there’s an argument that greater experience (and access to the right information) about….read more »

One of the biggest concerns of Brits emigrating is what the healthcare system is like in their new country and whether they’ll have to pay for treatment.

Article written by The Overseas Guides Company

Here Pattie Pegler, Christchurch resident and writer of….read more »

Pain-free guide to French healthcare

Posted Thursday, September 20th, 2012 in Articles by Overseas Editor | Tags: , ,

One of the biggest concerns of Brits relocating abroad is what the healthcare system is like in their new country and whether they’ll have to pay for treatment.

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Here Alexis Goldberg, Languedoc resident and writer….read more »

Global economic shifts mean that it is increasingly common for employees of international companies to spend short stints of time abroad, rather than move there for extended periods as used to be the case.

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Whether you plan on relocating on a permanent basis or just want to use your holiday home as a place to get away from it all, it is important that you take a moment to consider your healthcare options.

Healthcare systems….read more »