Healthcare in Chicago

Healthcare in Chicago is first-rate but very expensive. It is important that all expats have health insurance for themselves and their family as some treatments and medication can be denied without it.

Most expats hired by a large company will have insurance through their employment, which usually also covers family members. There are various levels of coverage, including levels of different deductibles, dental and optical coverage, that should be discussed with the employer.


Hospitals in Chicago

Below is a list of the most prominent hospitals in Chicago.

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

www.advocatehealth.com/immc

836 W. Wellington Avenue

 

Northwestern Memorial Hospital

www.nmh.org

251 E Huron Street

 

Rush University Medical Center

www.rush.edu

1653 W Congress Parkway

 

University of Chicago Medical Center

www.uchospitals.edu

5841 S Maryland Avenue

Expat Health Insurance Partners

Aetna International

Aetna is an award-winning insurance business that provides health benefits to more than 650,000 members worldwide. Their high quality health insurance plans are tailored to meet the individual needs of expats living and working abroad.

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Cigna Global

With 86 million customer relationships in over 200 countries, Cigna Global has unrivalled experience in dealing with varied and unique medical situations and delivering high standards of service wherever you live in the world.

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