AXA PPP International launches 'MyGlobe' support for expats abroad


AXA PPP International has introduced a new support service for expat members of its health insurance schemes - ‘MyGlobe'.

The online service is designed provide health and practical information on 247 countries - and to help members find their feet in unfamiliar surroundings. Should they need medical treatment, members can access information on AXA PPP International's global network of 10,000 healthcare providers - where, for ease of reference, facilities are listed by country, city and speciality. MyGlobe also identifies facilities where English is spoken, providing an extra assurance to members who may not be conversant in the local language. Additionally, MyGlobe features practical information on...

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