After seceding from the Soviet Union in 1990, Armenia went through economic and political turmoil during armed conflicts that lasted until 1994. Today Armenia is recovering from the devastation, and is and is limited in many resources as most goods are shipped in via rail. Although the conflicts with Azerbaijani are still currently at a cease-fire, separatist groups still exist and many territories are still run by them. Evacuation and kidnap insurance should be essential while travelling in Armenia.
Healthcare in Armenia
While there are many competent doctors and physicians practising in Armenia, facilities and supplies are limited –especially outside of Yerevan. Most prescription medicine is available, but the quality may vary. In the case of an emergency, it might be best to evacuate to a better-equipped country.
Insurance for Expatriates in Armenia
If an expatriate is covered by the local system in Armenia, there may be no need for international health coverage unless the expat wants to be able to seek medical treatment back home or abroad. Some firms will still place their expats under an expat health plan.
Here is a list of different types of insurance coverage you will want if you are planning to become an expatriate in Armenia:
- International Health Insurance
- Expat Life and Disability Insurance
- Travel Insurance
- Evacuation Coverage
- Group Expat Insurance Plans
If you require a quote for insurance coverage for expats in Armenia, contact Expat Financial today for a quote and to discuss your Armenian expatriate insurance requirements.