About onestop4:

onestop4: is a trading name of International Travel and Healthcare Limited.

Since 2005, International Travel and Healthcare have been actively involved in assisting many hundreds of thousands of people with pre-existing medical conditions to travel, safe in the knowledge that their medical conditions are comprehensively insured.

We work on behalf of a number of leading insurers in the UK and Europe.

Since 2009 we have been actively using our specialist knowledge to design and work with insurance underwriters, to provide for UK consumers niche travel policies that accommodate maturity and pre-existing health conditions for those well enough to travel and enjoy a holiday!

Our offices in Orpington (Kent, UK) are staffed by a superb team of very knowledgeable and highly trained travel specialists; many of the team have additional professional health or medical qualifications too. They are all available to assist and help our clients over the telephone.

International Travel and Healthcare is one company within a group of businesses whose activities are to manage many the aspects of travel insurance requirements today: assisting those who become ill or injured whilst travelling, or those who need to be repatriated. In addition to this, within the group we also manage travel claims and we undertake detailed and specialist medical screening, policy sales and fulfilment for many insurers and insurance brokers.

BIBA LogoInternational Travel and Healthcare are proud to be a member of the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA).


International Travel and Healthcare Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, our firm reference number is 433367 and this information can be verified by visiting: http://www.fca.org.uk/register/firmBasicDetails.do?sid=152924

We hope that you will find this website useful and if you have any comments or questions we would be very happy to hear from you via free phone 0800 848 8448 (Calls to this number are free.).

Testimonials

What a great pleasure it has been to deal with such a professional team.

Great service, thank you.


Thank you for your letter advising me of settlement of my claim. Your prompt handling of my claim is very much appreciated.

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