Remote expeditions that support scientific research, commercial resource exploration or extraction in hostile environments across all climate zones and dozens of countries can result in an expansive list of travel medical considerations, from custom medical kits to telemedicine. To be successful, you need a partner that understands the complexity and has experience with the detailed pre-planning for medical support in the event of an accident or emergency.

For more than 30 years, UnitedHealthcare Global has brought together single-source solutions that are globally integrated to ensure optimized outcomes and provide international-standard medical care for expeditions to remote locations. Our primary and emergency medical services are designed to help optimize participants' health benefits, the expedition's productivity, and the expedition sponsor's cost savings.

Better Experience

  • From Advanced Life Support Medics to doctors and dive medics, we work with you to find the right medical expert that fits the specific needs of your team and location.

Better Health

  • From our evidence-based decision-making protocol to our medics ability to deliver the right care at the right time in the right place, our globally integrated remote medical program is designed to drive optimized outcomes that support your productivity and profitability.

Better Cost Control

  • Our onsite and telemedicine solutions deliver vital day-to-day support as well as expertise in crisis or emergency situations. Improved patient diagnosis and stronger decision-making capabilities work together to reduce the number of failed assignments and help decrease employee replacement costs all of which impact your bottom line.

Medical Staffing
Primary and Emergency Care
Occupational Health Services
Clinic Management
Assistance and Evacuation
Virtual Health Services
Supplies and Equipment


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