A Disability Plan looks
after your income in
case of an accident
A Hospital Plan covers
the expenses should you suffer an emergency
Debt Relief ensures that
you don't leave your
family in debt
A Funeral Plan assists
with the expenses
related to a funeral
Hospital Plans for South Africans
There are many hospital plans in South Africa, but not every hospital plan is the same. These differences are so important, and misunderstanding of what features each plan has can be detrimental to your finances. LifeCompare has partnered with South Africa’s leading hospital plan providers to help make clear what each of the best and affordable plans offer.
Here you can learn about the different available plans from leading providers
And most importantly, you can get hospital plan quotes to ensure you get the best monthly premiums for the best possible plan for you and/or your family.
– Our hospital plans start from as little as R3.50 cents per day or R110 per month for the main member
– You can claim for up to R200-thousand per year on your hospital plan insurance
– Furthermore, R2000 per day can be paid to you in cash, which you can use to pay your medical bills or do whatever you wish with the money. Note that you will qualify for this if your hospital stay exceeds 10 days.
– Alternatively, you can claim for a lump sum of R20-thousand paid out to you if you are hospitalised for more than 2 full, consecutive days.
Our partners have insured many hundreds of thousands of South Africans with their hospital plans. You can be one of them too. A survey conducted by an independent research company found that of the people who have compared hospital plans and received quotes from the leading providers have saved on average 29% on their monthly premiums. This massive saving of almost one third is what we can help you with.
Hospital insurance plans cover you and the other members of your policy for a wide range of health related issues. Typically, you can claim on your plan for the following:
– Diagnostic scopes
– MRI and CT scans
– Major illnesses that lead to hospitalisation
– GP visits
– Basic dentist visits
– Other emergency hospitalisations and more
Take control of your life and health. Get a hospital plan today.