Patriot Exchange Program

Medical insurance for students studying abroad or participants of cultural exchange programs

Summary of Benefits

All amounts shown are in U.S. dollars.

Summary of Benefits
 
Maximum Limit $5,000,000
Deductible $0, $100, $250, or $500 per illness or injury available
Coinsurance Company pays 100%
Inpatient/Outpatient Benefits
 
Hospital Room and Board Up to the average semi-private room rate
Intensive Care Unit Company pays 100% after deductible is met
Physical Therapy Company pays 100% after deductible is met, one visit per day (Medical order or treatment plan required)
Bedside Visit $1,500 maximum limit. Must be hospitalized in an intensive care unit. Not subject to deductible.
Physician Visit Company pays 100% after deductible is met; one visit per day
Student Health Center $5 co-pay per visit. Not subject to deductible.
Prescription Drugs Company pays 100% after deductible is met
90 day dispensiving maximum
Urgent Care $50 copay. Not subject to deductible.
Copay is not applicable if you choose a $0 Deductible.
Walk-In Clinic $20 copay. Not subject to deductible.
Copay is not applicable if you choose a $0 Deductible.
Eligible Medical Expenses Company pays 100% after deductible is met
Emergency Room visit with In-patient Admission Company pays 100% after deductible is met
Emergency Room visit without In-patient Admission Additional $250 deductible
Interfacility Ambulance Transfer
(For Services Rendered in the U.S.
Company pays 100%. Transfer must be a result of an inpatient hospital admission
Not subject to deductible.
Dental
Non-emergency treatment at a dental provider due to an accident: $500 period of coverage limit per injury; Treatment due to unexpected pain to sound, natural teeth: $350 period of coverage limit
Mental or Nervous / Substance Abuse Not covered if incurred in student health center
Inpatient: $10,000 maximum limit
Outpatient: $50 maximum limit per day. $500 maximum limit
Evacuation Benefits (Not subject to deductible)
 
Emergency Medical Evacuation $50,000 maximum limit 
Emergency Reunion $15,000 maximum limit
Return of Mortal Remains or Cremation/Burial $25,000 maximum limit for Return of Mortal Remains or $5,000 maximum limit for Cremation/Burial
Political Evacuation $10,000 maximum limit
Additional Benefits
 
Accidental Death & Dismemberment $25,000 principal sum; Not subject to deductible
Terrorism $50,000 maximum limit; Not subject to deductible
Sudden & Unexpected Recurrence of a Pre-existing Condition  Eligible Medical Expenses: $5,000 maximum limit
Emergency Medical Evacuation: $25,000 maximum limit
Pre-Existing Conditions For conditions existing within 36 months before effective date, charges excluded after 12 months of coverage and then $500 per period of coverage and $1,500 maximum limit
Incidental Trip Coverage
(Available for non-U.S. residents only)
Up to a cumulative 14 days
Optional Add-on Riders
 
Lost Personal Property $250 per period of coverage limit
Legal Assistance $500 per period of coverage limit
Personal Liability - Injury to third party
Personal Liability - Damage to third party’s property
$2,000 per period of coverage limit after $100 deductible
$500 per period of coverage limit after $100 deductible
Limited High School and College Sports Company pays 100% after deductible is met

Adventure Sports Rider

The Adventure Sports Rider is available for those up to the age of 65. The following activities are covered to the lifetime maximum amounts listed below as long as they are engaged solely for leisure, recreation, or entertainment purposes: abseiling, BMX, bobsledding, bungee jumping, canyoning, caving, hang gliding, heli-skiing, high diving, hot air ballooning, inline skating, jet skiing, jungle zip lining, kayaking, mountain biking, parachuting, paragliding, parascending, piloting a non-commercial aircraft, rappelling, rock climbing or mountaineering (ropes and guides to 4500m from ground level), scuba diving (to 50m), skydiving, snorkeling, snowmobiling, spelunking, surfing, trekking, whitewater rafting (to Class V), and wildlife safaris, and windsurfing.

All such activities must be carried out in strict accordance with the rules, regulations and guidelines of the applicable Governing Body or Authority of each such activity. Certain sports activities are never covered, regardless of whether or not you purchase the Adventure Sports Rider. Please see exclusion 8 in the exclusions page. Please note this is only a summary of Adventure Sports and exclusions. For additional information, please refer to the Certificate of Insurance.

 

Age Maximum Limit
Through age 49 $50,000
50-59 $30,000
60-64 $15,000

Chaperone/Faculty Leader Replacement Rider

(Groups Only)

Groups may purchase the Chaperone/Faculty Leader Replacement Rider in the event that an insured person who is designated as a Chaperone/Faculty Leader by the sponsoring organization has an unexpected death of a relative, a medical emergency, or the substantial destruction of the principal residence in his/her home country, which causes the insured person to have to cancel or interrupt travel, this plan covers reimbursement up to $3,000 for the expense of a round trip economy airline ticket for a replacement Chaperone/Faculty Leader.

Disclaimer

This invitation to inquire allows eligible applicants an opportunity to inquire further about the insurance offered and is limited to a brief description of any loss for which benefits may be payable. Benefits are offered as described in the insurance contract. Benefits are subject to all deductibles, coinsurance, provisions, terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions in the insurance contract. The contract does contain a pre-existing condition exclusion and does not cover losses or expenses related to a pre-existing condition.

Groups may also purchase a customizable long-term plan. Any coverages, benefits & premium rates offered are in U.S. Dollars.

 

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