Travel insurance for cardiomyopathy
Going on holiday is an integral part of modern life, and therefore so is travel insurance. You will want to make sure that you have full cover in case you need any emergency medical care while you’re on holiday. This is even more important if you have a pre-existing medical conditions like cardiomyopathy. At AllClear we cover over 1300 different medical conditions, including cardiomyopathy travel insurance.
Having comprehensive cardiomyopathy travel insurance, will mean you are covered*:
- For access to a 24 hour emergency medical assistance service should you fall ill as a result of your diabetes while abroad.
- To claim for any replacement medication or unplanned medical treatment while you are away.
Key benefits of cover
- Medical expenses covered up to £15,000,000.
- Cancellation and Curtailment covered up to £5,000.
- Personal Belongings covered up to £3,000.
- All ages. All medical conditions. All destinations.
Frequently asked questions
You want to ensure you're properly covered. So, do your medical screening process allow you to provide details of your personal medical history, including your cardiomyopathy?
With many years of experience handling very complicated medical conditions we have designed a straight forward online medical screening process.
This process is a simple question and answer format and provides us with all the information we need to offer you a cardiomyopathy travel insurance quote. Once completed you can review the quotes and cover levels available. This will allow you to decide the premium you wish to pay.
What will affect the premium?
We calculate premiums based on the answers you provide throughout the medical screening process. We consider many factors including the length of your holiday, where you are going, your age and medical conditions.
What happens if your medical situation changes after you’ve purchased your policy?
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Cardiomyopathy travel tips
As a specialist medical travel insurance provider, we believe that everyone has the right to travel, regardless of their medical condition. We have put together these tips on travelling with cardiomyopathy so we can help you enjoy your holiday. These tips should help you anticipate any potential problems you could encounter while on holiday.
Remember to see your doctor before you go
- Before travelling with cardiomyopathy, make an appointment with your doctor to make sure you’re fit to travel. They can also prescribe you the correct medication – enough to last you the length of your trip, plus extra in case of delays.
Carry a copy of your medical records
- If you do need medical help while travelling, doctors will be able to act more quickly if they can access your medical records. You could ask your doctor for a copy of these. You could consider getting these translated into the language of the country (or countries) you’re visiting.
Watch your fluid intake
- In most cases when you are living with cardiomyopathy, it’s essential to maintain a balanced intake of water and salt. This is extra important when you fly, as pressure and humidity changes within the cabin could have an adverse effect on your condition.
Choose a destination with good medical care
- If you have a choice on where to travel to, it’s worth remembering that some countries have much better healthcare than others. If possible, choose a destination where you can get the help you need in an emergency.
Pay attention to shortness of breath
- Shortness of breath can be a warning sign, particularly if you’re on a plane at the time. Inform cabin crew immediately – they’re able to provide emergency treatment if necessary. Try not to panic but don’t ignore it either.
- If you’re travelling within Europe, you should make sure you have an EHIC (European Health Insurance Card). This is available for free. The EHIC offers you the same level of healthcare as the residents in the country you’re visiting. Remember though that the EHIC does not replace travel insurance. For example, the EHIC does not cover you for medical transport home (repatriation).