I have travelled to the USA many times and always had travel insurance, it’s a must.
Last year I went on holiday to visit a friend in the USA and was taken ill.
My friend took me to hospital where I was treated.
On arrival I was asked if I was a United States citizen, I explained I was from England. I then had to give them my travel insurance papers and was told the bills would be sent to me to forward to the insurance company.
I had to pay for three visits and treatment.
Two weeks after getting home I received my bills.
In English money the total was £3,145 plus medication for 10 days, £40.
Are all these details of insurance taken in our hospitals?
We should be thankful for our NHS.
I would have still been given treatment, but would still have to pay if I had no insurance.