International Health and Insurance Directory Listings

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International Health and Insurance Directory Listings


Ascension Benefits and Insurance Solutions

'Ascension (formerly known as Renaissance Agencies and Summit America) specializes in student health. We understand the unique needs of international students. We offer benefit plans that include national PPO networks and great benefits, including repatriation and medical evacuation. Our international plans meet all U.S. visa requirements including SEVIS, and our study-abroad plans meet coverage requirements of most foreign agencies. In addition, we provide flexible administrative options, caring customer service, and online plan materials and enrollment.

ASCENSION"

Benefits & Insurance Solutions

STUDENT HEALTH

Ascension Benefits & Insurance Solutions

Student Health Division

12121 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1001

Los Angeles, CA 90025

Phone: 800-537-1777

E-mail: sossayran@ascensionins.com

www.4studenthealth.com

Compass Benefits

Compass Benefits is the leading health insurance broker and consultant in the international exchange field. We have significant depth of experience and knowledge in providing health insurance options to international students and scholars.

We welcome the opportunity to serve your students, either on a voluntary or group basis. To discuss your options, please contact us. For a complete listing of all of our plans and benefits, visit our website.

Angela Scannell

Compass Benefits

720 Washington Street

Hanover, MA 02186

Phone: 1-800-767-0169, ext.21

E-mail: ascannell@compassbenefits.com

www.CompassStudentHealth Insurance.com

Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI)

Cultural Insurance Services International has more than 30 years of experience providing medical insurance, emergency assistance, and in-house claim and administrative services for the international education community. CISI has relationships with insurance carriers rated "A" or better by A.M. Best. We offer comprehensive medical insurance, evacuation and return of mortal remains, military and political evacuation, natural disaster evacuation, personal threat evacuation, trip cancellation/delay, personal liability, personal effects, 24-hour emergency assistance, legal assistance, and medical quarantine.

Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI)

1 High Ridge Park

Stamford, CT 06905

Phone: 800-303-8120

Fax:203-399-5596

E-mail: cisiwebadmin® culturalinsurance.com

www.culturalinsurance.com

The Harbour Group

The Harbour Group, a charter member of the NAFSA Global Partner Program, is a leading provider of international health and travel insurance. We offer a selection of individual policies and custom group insurance plans for people studying, traveling, or working outside their home country. Please contact us for information about comprehensive, professionally managed, and affordable coverage for international students and scholars, study abroad participants, ESL participants, international visitors, and people working or traveling abroad.

Thomas St. Denis II

The Harbour Group, LLC

93 Edgebrook Drive

P.O. Box 998

Springboro, OH 45066

Phone: 800-252-8160

Fax: 937-748-5208

E-mail: info@hginsurance.com

www.hginsurance.com

HTH Worldwide

HTH Worldwide is a leader in providing world travelers with access to quality healthcare services all around the globe. HTH combines ongoing research, a contracted global community of physicians and hospitals, advanced Internet and mobile applications, and extensive experience in international health insurance to ensure customers' health, safety and peace of mind.

HTH Worldwide

One Radnor Corporate Center, Suite 100

Radnor, PA 19087

Phone: 877-424-4325

Fax: 610-293-3529

E-mail: studentinfo® hthworldwide. …

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