MEDOC® Travel Insurance through Johnson Inc. offers annual emergency medical travel insurance that coordinates with both the Public Service Health Care Plan (PSHCP) and your provincial government health insurance plan.
Here is why over 80,000 PSHCP members know that MEDOC® Travel Insurance is the right plan for them.
The Top 7 reasons:
- MEDOC offers up to $5,000,000 as its policy limit.
- Up to $12,000 per insured, per trip for Trip Cancellation, Interruption and Delay insurance; PSHCP does not offer this coverage.
- Up to $3,000 for Vehicle Return; PSHCP; does not offer this coverage.
- Up to $500 for Pet Return; PSHCP does not offer this coverage.
- Up to $1,500 per insured for Baggage and Personal Effects insurance (up to $3,000 per family); PSHCP does not cover this.
- Up to $100,000 per insured for Flight Accident and Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance; PSHCP does not cover this.
- Because PSHCP only provides coverage for trips of up to 40 days in duration, MEDOC offers a Supplemental Plan to provide coverage beyond the 40th day of your trip. Any claim incurred after the
- 40th day of your trip will be eligible for coverage from first dollar ($1) with no deductible.
For more information on MEDOC® travel insurance, call toll-free at 1-866-606-3362 or visit www.johnson.ca/medoc
Johnson Inc. (“Johnson”) is a licensed insurance intermediary. MEDOC® is a Registered Trademark of Johnson Inc., a licensed insurance intermediary (“Johnson”). MEDOC® is underwritten by Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada (“RSA”) and administered by Johnson. Johnson and RSA share common ownership. Travel Assistance is provided by Global Excel Management Inc. *For a trip to be covered under Trip Cancellation, MEDOC® coverage must be in effect on the day your trip was booked or purchased, a) within 5 business days of booking your trip, or b) prior to any cancellation penalties being charged for that trip. The terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions which apply to the described coverage are as set out in the policy. Policy wordings prevail.