Are you expecting a baby soon? Congratulations!
If you’re a visitor to Canada and looking for coverage for your pregnancy, we’re pleased to offer Visitors to Canada Plan from Manulife.
It has a benefit for medical emergencies due to complications of pregnancy.
Although the benefit is limited to “complications“, it sure is a huge relief for expected mothers.
Please note that complications that happen in the 9 weeks before or after the expected date of delivery are excluded. Expenses for routine prenatal care, child birth, and a new born are also excluded.
NO pre-existing medical conditions are covered in Plan A; meanwhile these conditions may be covered in Plan B if stable for 180 days prior to policy effective date.
|Key Features and Benefits|
|Over all maximum limit||$15,000, $25,000, $50,000,$100,000, $150,000(*)|
|Deductible Options||$75, $500, $1,000, $2,500, $5,000|
|Emergency medical attention including hospital and physician services||reasonably and customary costs up to sum insured|
|Paramedical services||up to $500 per profession for chiropractor, osteopath, chiropodist, physiotherapist or podiatrist, pro-approval required|
|Ambulance transportation||reasonably and customary costs up to sum insured|
|Emergency dental treatment||up to $300 for pain relief|
|Preparation and return of mortal remains||up to $3000|
|Emergency air transportation home||Economy class fare via most cost-effective itinerary|
|Additional meals and hotel||$150/day to a maximum $1500|
|Bring someone to your bedside if travelling alone||up to $3000 for the return economy class airfare via the most cost-effective itinerary|
|Childcare||$100/day to a maximum$300/trip|
|Return of children||children’s economy class airfare home via the most cost-effective itinerary|
|Trip Break||pre-approval required|
|Travel Accident(AD&D)||up to overall maximum limit|
Travel insurance coverage is subject to eligibility, limitations and exclusions. For full details, please consult with your Manulife representative. For complete terms, benefits, conditions and exclusions, please see policy wording.