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Compare your likely benefit usage and the costs involved. Some plans will require that you use a specific GP and/or hospital network. This is necessary to curb costs, but if you prefer to have freedom of choice and use any provider’s services, you should opt for a non-network option instead. You can compare our options side by side to find out which option will suit you the best.

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Core benefits (insured benefits)
Emergency transport (ambulance)
Hospitalisation - no overall annual limit
Hospital network applies
270 PMB and 26 chronic conditions on the Chronic Diseases List (CDL)
  • PMB chronic medicine
Prostheses (internally implanted)
PMB Only
Oncology treatment
Mental health treatment
Specialised radiology (MRI & CT scans) in and out of hospital
Day-to-day benefits
(separate insured benefit/pooled benefit or savings account)
GPs, specialists and virtual consultations via nurses at network pharmacies
Physiotherapy
Additional child care benefit: GP consultations for children ≥ 2 and < 12 years, after savings have been depleted
Acute medicine
Non-PMB chronic medicine
Standard radiology
Pathology
Conservative dentistry
Specialised dentistry
  • Removal of impacted teeth (3rd molars)
  • Extensive treatment for children younger than 7 years (in hospital)
Optometry
Clinical psychology in and out of hospital
Psychiatric nursing in and out of hospital
Care extender benefits
One GP consultation is activated after completing certain health tests
A R450 self-medication benefit is activated after completing a preventive combo screening
Added insured benefits
(benefits offered in addition to day-to-day benefits)
Maternity (antenal, post-natal, dietician and lactician specialist consultations)
Babies < 2 – first 2 consultations (at a paediatrician/GP/ear, nose and throat specialist)
Child immunisation
Wellness benefits (health tests)
Preventive care (flu vaccination, Pap smear, mammogram etc.)
Contraceptives
Please note: Limits, deductibles, formularies, lists of codes and DSPs may apply to certain benefits.