Welcome to Advica Health
Our expert team works every day supporting our
members’ health wherever they are in the world.
Meet Advica Health
At Advica Health, our mission is to give our members’ access to the best facilities at home or abroad and help them obtain advice, treatment options and solutions to their current healthcare situation in the most efficient manner possible.
We approach each case individually, creating a well thought out plan that will lead to the healthiest possible outcome.
Advica is constantly bringing innovative solutions to the preventative healthcare environment. By keeping health top-of-mind, we help our members focus on healthy living, which highly impacts productivity and quality of life.
Advica is dedicated in our support of Canadians like you, who want to personalize their individual medical treatment. We act as thoughtful advisors to assist in improving your health. Or, more simply, we put the ‘care’ back into our healthcare system.
Advica provides its single-point-of-contact medical system navigation service for as little as $59 a month. For less than $2/day, our dedicated team can access expert medical advice from the best medical clinics in Canada and beyond our borders. Our service is virtual and accessible to our members by phone or email.
A caring Healthcare Navigator contacts you to hear your concerns, gather medical history and begin the process of next steps.
The Advica team verifies your diagnosis, weighs and prioritizes treatment options, supports and monitors your care, as well as scheduling any further appointments you may require.
You can contact our office when you need us. We are available 24/7 from anywhere in the world.
A Medical Consultant and our Medical Advisory Board review and manage your individual case in collaboration with the Advica Health Network.
The Healthcare team continues to be available for any follow-up or questions until your case is complete.
* Advica Health is not an emergency service. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to your local hospital.