DEMANDS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS RESOURCES “OTHER GOVERNMENTS IF THEY DID”

By: Matthew Whelan
As specialists in expat health care, we at Cigna Global know how important it is to monitor the needs of the globally mobile population we care for.

This is why we’ve recently enhanced our products for senior customers, with discounted premium rates and a fantastic 60+ Care benefit—so there’s really never been a better time to buy Individual Private Medical Insurance from Cigna Global.

If you’re 60 or over, you can benefit from reduced rates, as well as a new 60+ Care benefit, which provides outpatient coverage for five common pre-existing conditions:

  • ·     Arthritis, joint, or back pain
  • ·     Glaucoma
  • ·     Hypertension
  • ·     Osteoporosis / Osteopenia
  • ·     Type 2 Diabetes

Wherever in the world you are, making sure that your health is in good hands is very important, and more so in the later stages of your life.

Whether you are retiring abroad, or moving to another country for other reasons, Cigna Global can help protect your health with worldwide coverage as you start your new life overseas.

Our policies have no age restrictions, and we will help you create a health insurance plan that’s perfectly tailored for the needs of you and your family, with the reassurance of comprehensive core coverage, and the flexibility of additional modules.

Go here now to ask for a quote or to find out more about how you can take advantage of our senior product benefits.

https://eletter.liveandinvestoverseas.com/read/archive?id=553384&mid=19010185&e=jclark%40borderpartnership%2eorg&x=de9716bd

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