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Italian Health Insurance Companies

Discussion in 'Health and Education' started by ned, Jul 1, 2013.

  1. .....I would be most grateful for any names and/or links for Italian health insurance companies.

  2. Hi ned, first of all -> welcome to the forums!

    Now, to answer your question, here are a few health insurance companies that I know of:

    Assitalia -
    Axa Assicurazioni -
    Reale Mutua-
    Vittoria Assicurazioni -
    Zurigo -

    I hope this helps, I'm sure there are many more companies that offer health insurance, these are the ones I can remember at the moment :)
    Chillout likes this.
  3. Wow, that is a great list @Rosie !

    I never knew there were so many health insurance companies in Italy.

    Although there is the national health service, it is actually a good idea to take out some kind of extra insurance as not everything is free or reduced to ticket rates.
  4. never cared too much of an extra insurance, but I understand that coming from the US this should be one of the first things you are used to set :)
  5. I personally don't have a private health insurance because I still can't afford a good one but I believe than one day I will surely look into the option.

    As we grow older we become weaker and weaker so a nice insurance "just in case" won't hurt!
    My own health is the most important thing of all and I don't even think that it's a selfish thing to say. Without my health, how can I be there for the people I care about?
  6. Hi Rosie...many thanks.
    I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. Your e-mail to me ended up in 'spam'....and my reply ended up with the webmaster !!!!! Hope this finds you !!
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