Healthcare that’s there for you when you need it most.
What type of health insurance are you looking for?
Our range of cover options allows you to adapt aspects of your health insurance to suit your needs.
Here’s a selection of questions and answers that we’ve already helped our customers with
Health insurance covers eligible treatment for acute conditions that develop after your policy has started. An acute condition is a disease, illness or injury that is likely to respond quickly to treatment which aims to return you to the state of health you were in before suffering the condition, or which leads to your full recovery.
It can be tricky to know what to look out for when you’re choosing health insurance. The level of care you need will depend on your lifestyle and the areas of your health you’re most concerned about. You’ll also need to consider your budget.
This is why comparing different health insurance policies can be useful; by getting quotes for different levels of cover you’ll be able to compare the costs against the benefits so you can make an informed decision.
When contemplating your options, you might want to look for a package with the following:
- Hospital treatment paid in full
- Outpatient therapies paid in full
- Aftercare paid in full
- Post treatment tests and scans paid in full
It’s important you fully understand the health insurance policy you’re considering before joining. You’ll need to know what it includes and excludes to be absolutely certain that it meets your needs. Most health insurers also offer the option to set up couple and family policies too.
Our health insurance benefits
Whether it’s getting the help you need faster, or for cancer care that helps get you there, we’re proud to give you nothing less than health expertise.
Our health insurance cover options
Our private health insurance puts you in control with the choice of two products that you can adapt to suit your needs.
Learn more about private health insurance
Our useful guides are here to help you understand the fundamentals of health insurance.