Choosing the best health insurance for expats can be difficult. There are many insurance options to choose from and not all plans may suit your lifestyle, especially for those who have left it a little late in life.
Health insurance might be low priority when you move to Tenerife but there is a massive risk of getting ill abroad and it pays to be prepared.
After taking the huge step of relocating to a new country, it’s important to ensure all aspects of your new life are secure, particularly when it comes to organising your expat health insurance. Ensuring that you and your family can access healthcare abroad is one of the first things you should organise – because no one can predict when an emergency or health issue might arise.
Find out what customer support is available – very important for your health insurance plan. Some insurers offer 24/7 support for their customers and also offer support in multiple languages. Be sure to do some research before you buy so you are aware of what to expect as you never know when a medical emergency may happen.
Above all, seek professional guidance from a reputable insurance broker who actually cares about their clients and can offer you a full service. AND please don’t forget about life insurance.No one wants to think about a partner passing but it’s very much worse with financial problems if you are left alone in Tenerife.