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Hedgie
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Medical Insurance / Health Care

Postby Hedgie » Tue, 29 Aug 2006 3:30 am

I am moving to Singapore in a few weeks for my company, we don't have anything set up there. I will be alone in the office (we're a small firm). Therefore we don't know any of the procedures. How do I go about getting medical insurance/health care coverage over there? Are there various insurance companies or is it provided by the government? What is the EASIEST way for me to set it up so I get good coverage? Is there something that most expats use?

Thanks.

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Postby hillview2006 » Thu, 31 Aug 2006 10:56 am

Get an advise from a Insurance advisor :D Check with AIG - they have international medical coverage

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Royal Medical Care Plus

Postby tetris » Thu, 31 Aug 2006 1:34 pm

Hi there,

or can check the above product, Royal Medical Care Plus from Royal & SunAlliance

www.royalsun.com.sg

i'll be glad to provide more info, pls drop your email to:
sofia.liberta@sg.royalsun.com

Thks & Rgds

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Medical Insurance

Postby Waterfall » Wed, 06 Sep 2006 11:58 pm

Hello Hedgie,

I'm an insurance advisor in Singapore, and i specialize in Medical Insurance for expatriates.

Most times i accompany clients for their medical check ups too :)

Call me when you're in town and i can give you a synopsis of ALL the medical plans in town, and the ones that are popular amongst expat clients of mine.

I normally bring my clients for a day ride around all the healthcare facilities, both private and government hospitals to enable them to 'visualize' where they wanna stay and what kinda service they desire, if the unfortunate were to occur.

Plus, there are various choices of packages you can opt for, depending on your area of desired geographical coverage.

Let me know through PM when you're arriving. Will send a limo to pick you up if necessary.

All the best. :)
Waterfall


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