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A trusted partner of ministry of foreign affairs, consulates, embassies and attaché offices for over 50 years
International healthcare plans created specifically for consulates, embassies and other attaché offices.
 Modular plans to adapt to the budget and level of cover your organisation requires.  
1. Choose a core plan
2. Add any of the optional plans: outpatient, dental, evacuation or repatriation 
3. Choose the area of cover: Worldwide or Worldwide excluding USA
available to support  your employees
 Manage your claims as well as your health
 Health & wellbeing updates by international health experts 
Expat assistance programme: support for a new life abroad 
Our specially-designed plans offer comprehensive cover. Read our comprehensive Brochure or Benefit Guide for more information about the Diplomat Protect plans.
Single point of contact available to co-create with you flexible and sustainable solution to suit your organisation 
Fraud prevention and effective treatment providers cost management programmes in place to provide better value for our customers
Trully global network of medical providers with digital provider finder included in our digital services
Award winning, multi-lingual and always on customer services with digital on-boarding provided for new members
We know you might want more information about international health insurance, so we've put together a list of our most commonly-asked questions right here.
To get a quote, please contact our Group Sales Team by completing this form: https://www.allianzcare.com/en/business/insurance-products-and-services/quote.html

Members are covered for emergencies only, emergency treatment outside area of cover is treatment for medical emergencies which occur during business or holiday trips outside your area of cover.

Cover is provided for up to six weeks per trip within the maximum benefit amount. It includes treatment required due to an accident or the sudden beginning or worsening of a severe illness which presents an immediate threat to your health. Treatment by a doctor must start within 24 hours of the emergency event.

Cover is not provided for curative or follow-up non-emergency treatment, even if you are deemed unable to travel to a country within your geographical area of cover. Nor does it extend to charges relating to maternity, pregnancy, childbirth or any complications of pregnancy or childbirth. Please tell your company’s Group Scheme Manager if you are going to be outside your area of cover for more than six weeks.

Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can assist staff through family support, financial difficulty support and a referral service for legal support.  Additionally, we offer a variety of expatriate services including pre-assignment employee assessment and evaluation, intercultural training and destination and repatriation services.