Atlas MedEvac

is Designed for:

  • Study abroad student seeking supplemental Emergency Medical Evacuation coverage to meet school or visa requirements
  • International visitors seeking Emergency Medical Evacuation and Repatriation of Remains coverage for a trip to the U.S.

Supplemental Medical Evacuation Insurance for International Students and Visitors

Prepare for global travel with Atlas MedEvac insurance. This supplemental plan offers Emergency Medical Evacuation and Repatriation coverage to international students and visitors traveling to the U.S.

Supplemental Medical Evacuation

Insurance Benefits

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As an Atlas MedEvac policyholder, you will receive Emergency Medical Evacuation coverage, Repatriation of Remains coverage, and Local Burial or Cremation coverage. You will also receive access to our multilingual travel assistance services available 365 days a year.

Key Travel Assistance Services:

  • Coordination of travel arrangements resulting from a covered emergency medical evacuation, repatriation, or cremation
  • Assistance services for obtaining replacement passports, birth certificates, visas, and other travel-related documents
  • Provider referrals, embassy/consulate referrals, legal/accounting referrals
  • Translation and interpretation assistance
  • 24.7 assistance for emergencies
Plan Details

Overall Maximum Limit

$75,000 lifetime maximum



Multilingual Travel Assistance Services

Available 365 days a year


*Emergency Medical Evacuation

Up to $50,000 lifetime maximum

*Repatriation of Remains

Up to $25,000 lifetime maximum

*Local Burial or Cremation

Up to $5,000 lifetime maximum

*Travel arrangements must be approved in advance and coordinated by us.

You can purchase Atlas MedEvac on its own or to supplement your existing coverage. Certain types of expenses are excluded from coverage under Atlas MedEvac insurance, including medical expenses and trip protection expenses.

For persons who enroll in this plan while confined to one of the following facilities, benefits attributed to injury or illness are not eligible until 30 days after discharge from the facility:

  • Hospital
  • Rehabilitation facility
  • Long-term or extended care facility
  • Nursing, rest, or convalescent home
  • Place for the aged
  • Place providing mainly custodial, educations, or rehabilitative care
  • Hospice
  • Facility mainly used for the treatment of substance or alcohol abuse

Please refer to the Description of Coverage for a complete list of exclusions.

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Why Do I Need

Supplemental Medical Evacuation Insurance?

No matter where you choose to travel or study abroad, there's always a chance you could incur an injury or illness as you adjust to your new environment. If your regular health insurance does not cover medical evacuation expenses incurred, abroad, then you may need supplemental medical evacuation insurance.

International students may also need medical evacuation coverage to satisfy the insurance requirements mandated by their U.S. study abroad program or visa.

How Does Emergency Medical Evacuation Work?

If you face a covered, life-or-limb-threatening injury or illness in a remote location where the local treating facility cannot provide the medically necessary care, your Emergency Medical Evacuation benefit will pay up to $50,000 to transport you to the nearest hospital via air or ground ambulance. We will work with On Call International, our emergency travel assistance service provider, to coordinate your travel arrangements.


WorldTrips international travel medical insurance products are underwritten by Lloyd's. WorldTrips is a service company and a member of the Tokio Marine HCC group of companies. WorldTrips has authority to enter into contracts of insurance on behalf of the Lloyd's underwriting members of Lloyd's Syndicate 4141, which is managed by HCC Underwriting Agency, Ltd.