From your very first phone call to our offices, you’ll notice something different about the way we do business. At the Bahamas Medical Center…you matter…and it shows!
We promise savings on everything from dental care to knee replacements, fertility treatments, anti-aging services and more. Call to discover how we can save you money in The Bahamas.
Remember…this is your medical vacation. We’ve selected some of the best hotels and resorts in The Bahamas to take good care of you when you’re not with us.
Things to Do/See
White and pink sand beaches, superb dining, international shopping and loads of interesting cultural sites make The Bahamas a leading vacation destination. Make sure to plan some time to enjoy the best The Bahamas has to offer.
Prepare for Your Medical Vacation
Thousands of patients come to The Bahamas for medical care every year. We have the details on what you’ll need to pack to be prepared for your medical vacation.
Learn about the wide variety of insurance plans accepted at Bahamas Medical Center. If you don’t see your insurance listed…let us know! We’ll see if we can bring them on board.
Bahamas Medical Center makes it simple for our valued patients to receive the care they need by offering a full range of primary and specialty services and accepting many major insurance plans.
Please check with your insurance carrier for benefits and a listing of their participating network providers. Please also check with your insurance carrier for information on required referrals and authorizations and co-payments.
Please advise the International Patient Coordinator about your insurance plans and bring your insurance card with you.
We accept the following health insurance plans:
- Tricare International
- International SOS
- Aetna Global Benefits / Aetna International
- BlueCard Worldwide
- Allianz Global Assistance
- ALGICO/ ALICO
- Global Excel
- IMG (International Medical Group)
- USA Medical Services/ BUPA (IHI Denmark)
- AXA PPP
- AXA Assistance USA
- Lloyds Morgan-White Administrators
- Sedgwick, CMS (Payers for Royal Caribbean)
Medical Insurance Tips:
We’ve put together some helpful tips to save you time and help you get the most out of your medical insurance. Good communication is the key to working well with insurance companies. Insurance policies vary, so it’s important to contact your insurance company directly to confirm how your plan will pay charges for services and to keep records of the conversations.
When you call your insurance company, have a set of questions ready to ask. Some suggestions are:
- Do I have benefit coverage for (insert service name)?
- Is a referral or pre-authorization necessary to have this service?
- If yes, your primary care provider must initiate the referral or pre-authorization.
- Do I have a deductible?
- Following my deductible, how much will I owe?
- How much am I responsible for paying following the insurance coverage?
To maximize your health insurance benefits, please contact your insurance company’s Customer Service department for policy and benefit verification. The Customer Service phone number should be located on the back of your health insurance ID card.