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If you need medical help abroad, you can rely on the dedicated staff of SOS International. They are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure people get the medical help they need.

  • Immediate practical assistance in case of illness

  • Knowledge of over 6,000 hospitals worldwide

  • On call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

It can happen to anyone: falling ill on holiday or during a journey. When medical assistance is required, our medical team will refer your customer to a reliable doctor or hospital nearby. And where hospitalisation is required, SOS International organises the payment guarantee, maintains contact with the patient, the attending physician and the patient’s travelling companions, and organises repatriation if necessary. So your customers always get the help they need, anywhere in the world.

CED Connect Suite

Behind our full service provision is a world of unparalleled technology: CED Connect Suite. Using this package of business applications, we connect external data with our internal data and we then link our data to your systems, meaning you can always view the progress of work in real time.

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