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Learn About The FMCAssist Member Benefit

Travel with peace of mind, knowing you are covered if the unexpected happens

What do you need to do to enroll in this program?

Absolutely nothing! As long as you are an active FMCA member, you are covered.
FMCAssist coverage is provided by Seven Corners and is underwritten by Lloyd's of London.

FMCAssist is emergency medical evacuation and repatriation coverage available to members worldwide as long as you are more than 100 miles from home. Emergency medical evacuation and/or repatriation coverage is available if you should be traveling in your RV or with your travel trailer and experience a medical event and are no longer able to continue on your travels. If you are a full-time RVer, you are always considered 100 miles from home. FMCAssist services are also available to our member when traveling abroad. Some exclusions and limitation amounts pertain to these benefits.

ARRANGING SERVICES ARE AS SIMPLE AS 1-2-3

  1. Call 9-1-1
  2. Consult the attending doctor(s)
  3. Call Seven Corners (877) 202-4176 or (317) 582-2619 (collect from Mexico)

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SAVE UP TO 85% with Seven Corners Discount Drug Card

Frequently Asked Questions

Additional FAQs can be found here.

Emergency medical evacuation/repatriation

The plan will pay covered expenses incurred if any covered injury or illness that commences during the period of coverage results in the medically necessary emergency medical evacuation or repatriation (i.e., the member’s medical condition warrants immediate transportation from the medical facility where he or she is located to the nearest medical facility that is capable of furnishing the required level and type of care for the applicable illness or injury as determined by the attending physician in consultation with the Seven Corners medical director).

The maximum amount of this benefit is $500,000.

Emergency medical reunion

When emergency medical evacuation or repatriation is ordered and the attending physician recommends that a family member travel with the member, Seven Corners will provide transportation for one individual of the member’s choice to be at their side while they are hospitalized and then accompany them during their return to their permanent primary residence. Costs incurred for transportation and lodging are covered by the insurance policy. Approval and coordination of this benefit must be provided by the Seven Corners medical director in consultation with the attending physician to be considered a covered expense.

The maximum amount of this benefit is $50,000.

Return of mortal remains

A sensitive and valuable service that relieves the stress and confusion for families when transporting mortal remains across a country. Laws and regulations can differ, and Seven Corners will manage all logistics involved. The insurer will pay expenses incurred for preparation and return of a covered person’s body to his or her permanent primary residence if he or she dies. Approval and coordination of this benefit must be provided by Seven Corners to be considered a covered expense.

The maximum amount of this benefit is $50,000.

Recreational Vehicle return (limited to trips in North America only)

Should the member be traveling in his/her Recreational Vehicle, and due to a medical condition, be unable to drive his/her Recreational Vehicle back to his/her permanent primary residence within the United States, Mexico, or Canada, Seven Corners will arrange and coordinate claims processing to have a designated service return the Recreational Vehicle to the member’s home, provided:

A) The Eligible Person who is not hospitalized, is released from the hospital or otherwise able to return home is unable to drive his/her Recreational Vehicle due to a medical condition as documented by attending physician and no one in the Eligible Person’s traveling party is capable of driving, or proficient and competent to drive, the Eligible Person’s Recreational Vehicle;

B) The Eligible Person who is not hospitalized, is released from the hospital or otherwise able to return home, is unable to continue the trip in the Recreational Vehicle, as a driver or passenger, due to an injury or illness that results in medically imposed restrictions as certified by the local attending physician.

The insurance plan will also cover the return of any Automobile, Trailer or Travel Trailer that is legally hitched to their Recreational Vehicle at the time of the onset of the medical condition, to the destination of the pulling Vehicle. The member will be responsible for any costs incurred during the return of the Automobile, Trailer or Travel Trailer to maintain the safe operation of the Automobile, Trailer or Travel Trailer.

Alternatively, the member may choose to have their Automobile, Trailer or Travel Trailer returned by a friend or Family Member. In such instance, and provided the return has been approved by Seven Corners and the Automobile, Trailer or Travel Trailer is returned directly and expediently to the members Permanent Primary Residence within the United States, Mexico or Canada, Seven Corners will arrange and pay for transportation of that person to the location of the Automobile, Trailer or Travel Trailer, and will also reimburse the member for gas and tolls during the return. In addition, the plan will provide a $100 per day benefit, up to a max of five (5) days for incidental expenses while driving. In no event shall the total expenses of a Recreational Vehicle Return exceed $5,000 for all expenses associated with the Recreational Vehicle Return.

Seven Corners must arrange and approve the Recreational Vehicle return. If the member chooses to have a friend or Family Member perform the Recreational Vehicle return, Seven Corners will not pay more than what it would have cost to have them arrange the Recreational Vehicle return.

Alternatively, the Recreational Vehicle can be returned to another location, chosen by the member, provided the cost does not exceed the cost of returning the Recreational Vehicle to the Permanent Primary Residence.

Pet return

Should the member be traveling with his or her pet and become unable to care for it due to a medical emergency, Seven Corners will arrange for the return of the insured’s pet to his/her domicile.

The maximum amount of this benefit is $1,000.

Prescription medication and glasses replacement

If the member misplaces a medical prescription or damages eyeglasses or contact lenses while away from home, Seven Corners will arrange and pay to deliver the replacement prescription or glasses (lenses included) to the member’s current location. Only the cost of shipping is covered. The cost of obtaining the prescription and/or glasses is the insured’s responsibility.

The maximum amount of this benefit is $500.

Discount Drug Card

Use your free, preactivated discount drug card at pharmacies across the United States. Use it at any time, even if you are not traveling. Show your card, along with your prescription, to the pharmacist and ask for a discount on your medication.

  • Discounts of 10 to 85 percent on brand and generic medications
  • More than 60,000 participating pharmacies nationwide

This discount plan is not insurance or a Medicare prescription drug plan. Members must pay 100 percent of the prescription cost to the pharmacy at the point of sale. The plan does not pay pharmacies for prescription drugs provided to members. Your privacy is protected; Seven Corners never shares or sells your personal information.

If you do not have a card, print one (member login required).

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