Regardless of medical necessity, Medjet will arrange medical transfer for members to the hospital of their choice within their home country with no pre-existing condition exclusions (under age 75), health questions, deductibles or claim forms. There are no monetary limits to the program’s benefits and no restrictions on the amount or type of travel taken annually.
Medical repatriation timeframe is dependent on multiple factors, including but not limited to, required permits and visas for the respective countries. If you have questions regarding this issue, please contact Medjet prior to your travels.
The vast majority of traditional health providers do not provide coverage for air-medical transfer services. If there is some coverage of this type, it will likely contain restrictions and significant out-of-pocket costs. Check with your provider for specific details.
Yes. Some Medjet authorized affiliate aircraft have the capability of transporting up to two critical patients simultaneously, as well as dispatching multiple aircraft at one time. Through our affiliate network, we also have the capability of transporting several non-acute patients at once on a common aircraft.
Yes. Domestic air-medical transport services normally average $10,000 to $20,000, while international transports can exceed $100,000. As a Medjet member, the membership fee is the only expenditure for complete domestic and international medical travel assistance.
Annual memberships are available to residents of the United States, Canada and Mexico who travel domestically and internationally.