This information is taken from Ontario Ministry of Health website regarding OHIP Out of Country Services:
Every Ontarian deserves the opportunity to safely travel abroad. That’s why Ontario’s government is launching a new program to fund out-of-country dialysis services, ensuring that Ontarians living with kidney failure can continue to have access to the care they need when they are travelling outside of Canada.
Starting January 1, 2020, this new program will be operated by the Ontario Renal Network with funding from the Ontario government and patients will receive the same reimbursement rates as currently provided through existing programs.
The launch of the new program to fund out-of-country dialysis services will coincide with the wind down of the limited Out-of-Country Travelers Program. Insured Ontario residents will continue to receive coverage for physician and hospital services when visiting or moving to another Canadian province or territory. Ontarians travelling abroad are encouraged to purchase the appropriate travel insurance coverage in the event emergency health care is needed out of country.
Effective January 1st 2020, other than what is being provided by the out-of-country dialysis program, Ontario travelers will have no medical coverage available through OHIP for medical issues occurring in other countries. It is more important than ever to purchase travel insurance before you leave the country.