New Range of OA Long Stay Visa Insurance Options to Retire in Udon Thani

22.08.2021 - 06:29

Luma’s health insurance for OA Long Stay Visa      New Range of OA Long Stay Visa Insurance Options to Retire in Udon Thani Luma’s newly introduced health insurance plan, Luma Long Stay Care, provides essential coverage for the OA Long Stay Visa insurance requirement. Luma Long Stay Care offers healthcare solutions for any foreigner who is already retired or planning to retire in Thailand. Extensive medical support for the expat community including an in-house doctor with a qualified medical team, and exceptional member support and consultation in English, French, and Thai are also available at your disposal. Whether you’re retired or planning to retire in the province of Udon Thani, getting a health insurance policy must be on top of your checklist. Make a well-informed decision about your healthcare solutions with Luma Long Stay Care.

 

      To apply for a one-year OA Long Stay Visa, you must be more than 50 years of age with a health insurance policy that covers at least 400,000 THB in inpatient benefits, and 40,000 THB in outpatient benefits. Applying for the retirement visa is straightforward if you follow the instructions from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The OA Long Stay Visa is especially recommended for expats who are retired or planning to retire in Thailand, as it eliminates the hassle of having a job or a sponsorship and lets you stay uninterrupted for one year. The visa also grants multiple entries and can be renewed every year as long as the requirements are met.

 

Exclusive Medical Options and Assistance for Udon Thani Residents


     With Luma Long Stay Care, residents of Udon Thani can benefit from direct billing service (cashless treatment within the hospital network) across the provincial capital. You will have access to private hospitals within the insurer’s medical network, such as Aek Udon International Hospital, Chaikasem Hospital, Northeastern Wattana Hospital, and Bangkok Udon Hospital. Upon request, Luma can also help arrange direct billing service at your preferred hospital. If you’re 65 years old or older, Luma can arrange the health check-up at Northeastern Wattana Hospital at a member-exclusive price. All members of Luma are also entitled to the Second Medical Opinion service from their in-house doctor, who offers medical referral services to ensure that members receive the right medical solution.

Check out some of the features of Luma Long Stay Care:

  • Provides the required minimum coverage for OA Long Stay Visa of 400,000 THB Inpatient and 40,000 THB Outpatient
  • Applicable for age up to 79 years old, renewable until 90 years old
  • Wide range of deductible options available to access affordable premium
  • Consultation and member support in English, French, and Thai
  • Cashless service for visits and treatments at the hospital within direct billing network
  • Privileged prices for medical check-up for applicants over 65 years old
  • Second Medical Opinion and Medical Referral services from Luma’s in-house expat doctor

More information about Luma’s health insurance for OA Long Stay Visa can be found on the Luma Long Stay Care page or reached directly:

 

Phone: +66 2 494 3600

Email: consult@lumahealth.com

Line: @luma

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Health Insurance of Your Choice - Since 2012, Luma has committed to becoming the most trusted partner for brighter health and peace of mind for locals and expats. From the heart of Bangkok, Luma’s multi-cultural team of experts offers health insurance services for individuals, families, and employees. A whole range of health solutions and special privileges are always available for members of Luma. www.lumahealth.com

(other, Thailand, Udon Thani)

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