GeoBlue Global Health and Safety Resources
GeoBlue offers a on-call number for emergency assistance, as well as online portals where travelers can access important information about their health plan, search for local medical professionals and care sites, request referrals, and much more, including:
- A proprietary multidirectional Drug Translation Databasecontaining the brand name equivalents for over 275 common over-the–counter and prescription drugs.
- A database featuring translations of over 700 Medical Terms and Phrases. It covers the 10 most widely spoken languages.
- CityHealth Profiles — online profiles with highly specific, practical health care information for over 233 destinations in 100 countries outside the United States.
Online Portals For Students:
Once you receive your GeoBlue/HTH card from your study group director, you may sign up for HTH/GeoBlue Students
and begin researching local doctors, creating your own medical contingency plans, and accessing all the tools that GeoBlue/HTH has to offer to keep you well prepared in the event of a medical emergency.
The Colgate group code is IAZ-25609, and you should select "new" enrollment if this is the first time you're registering with GeoBlue. For Parents:
You may use HTH Parents
to access all the same health and safety information that is available, so you can help your enrolled students prepare to travel. For Faculty and Staff
For faculty/staff leading a student group abroad, go to HTH/GeoBlue Students
to register for health insurance using the Colgate group code IAZ-25609; cost is $9.60 per week. Colgate faculty and staff traveling independently on Colgate-related business abroad are required to purchase a Voyager Single trip plan with GeoBlue
; prices ranges from $30-$40 per week. Questions should be directed to Shelley Wyman, firstname.lastname@example.org