Comprehensive Health Plans

Schemes A, B and C are tiered to offer three levels of medical aid cover. Scheme A is the entry-level option while Scheme C is the executive health plan option.

If you are looking for a basic outpatient, affordable health option, then Scheme A Standard is for you.

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DESCRIPTION SCHEME A STANDARD SCHEME A SCHEME B SCHEME C
RECOMMENDED FOR: LOW INCOME relatively healthy employees with a limited budget. Low Income relatively healthy employees. Individual and Corporate clients Executives and those who travel frequently.
CONTRIBUTIONS & BENEFITS: ‘day to day’ affordable health care only Affordable and Comprehensive Affordable, Competitive and Comprehensive International Medical Travel Extension through a strategic partner CHARTIS.
COVER: Comprehensive Care to keep member healthy. Comprehensive Comprehensive Comprehensive & Executive
OVERALL ANNUAL LIMITS: SINGLE:
FAMILY:
SINGLE: P274,145.00
FAMILY: P290,772.00
SINGLE: P866,532.00
FAMILY: P1009,686.00
SINGLE: P1,351,121.00
FAMILY: P1,785,000.00
PENSIONER MEMBERSHIP: 30-50% Discounted subscriptions at pensioner membership. 30-50% Discounted subscriptions at pensioner membership. 30-50% discounted subscriptions at pensioner membership. 30-50% Discounted subscriptions defaulted to Scheme B benefits.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (Air & Ground Ambulance Cover): FULL COVER : South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho & Swaziland. FULL COVER : South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho & Swaziland. FULL COVER: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho & Swaziland. FULL REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COVER THROUGH CHARTIS an International Insurance.
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