It’s a smart decision because your existing medical coverage may exclude claims for international trips. A travel medical plan will give you access to 24/7 multi-lingual assistance, doctors and hospitals, emergency care, medical evacuation and more. United Nations Non-Staff Members are required to have travel medical insurance for trips outside of their home country.
Purchasing a travel medical insurance is simple, inexpensive and only takes a few minutes.
- Click on link below to generate a personalized quote.
- Select a plan. Note: you need to purchase a plan that meets the Recommended Minimum Core Benefit Requirements (below).
- Complete the online application and use a credit card for payment.
What you will receive – Within a few minutes you will receive an Insurance Declaration with your name, coverage details and personal ID number. The Insurance Declaration also contains links which allow you to download your ID card, access the Member Site and more. You can use this Insurance Declaration as evidence of insurance for United Nations, visas and other organizations.
Questions? consult the FAQ
Core Benefit Requirements
These Minimum Core Benefit Requirements have been established to ensure Non-Member staff have adequate coverage while traveling abroad.
Traveling to the US:
30 days or Less:
$0 deductible and $200,000 of minimum coverage
31 – 180 Days:
$0 Deductible and $500,000
181 – 364 Days:
$0 Deductible and $1,000,000
Longer than 365 Days:
Please see the Expatriate section or contact Orion International.
Travel outside the US:
Anytime period – $0 deductible and $200,000