Whether it’s for work, family, or a new adventure, moving overseas can be a daunting experience, so having the peace-of-mind knowing that you’ll receive the same level of health care in your destination country goes a long way in making the move that little bit easier.
You may hear the term ‘deep vein thrombosis’ when flying and your airline may even recommend certain in-flight exercises to prevent it from happening to you on long plane journeys. But do you even know what deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is, and how it can affect you?
You’ll miss it when it’s gone. We might take it for granted – but it’s worth remembering that the Australian healthcare system is consistently ranked as one of the world’s best. If life abroad is on the cards, the “little differences” you can take in your stride; but top quality healthcare is something you should […]
Australia has entered into a reciprocal health care agreement with a number of countries which enable Australians to receive essential medical treatment when overseas. What countries does Australia have a reciprocal health care agreement with, and what do they cover?
This is the final article in our 3 part series on Medicare and Private & International Health Insurance For Australian Expats. In this article we focus on the key issues relating to International Health Insurance For Australian Expats. In this three part series, we covered : Part 1. Medicare Implications For Australian Expats Part 2. Private Health Insurance […]
This is the second article of my 3 part series on Medicare and Health Insurance For Australian Expats. In this article I will be focussing on the key issues relating to Private Health Insurance For Australian Expats – what do with your private health insurance in Australia when moving overseas. In this three part series, […]
Medicare Implications for Australian Expats is the first in a series of three articles to help you understand what you need to know about not only the medicare implications for Australian Expats, but also the health insurance implications for Australian Expats. Just because you are living abroad, does not mean you should disregard the implications for […]