Let’s talk day-to-day the Fedhealth way

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Only Fedhealth gives you three different ways to structure your day-to-day benefits. Let’s take a look:

1. Use it as a supercharged hospital plan only

If you want to keep your contributions as low as possible while ensuring complete peace of mind should you be admitted to hospital, then the flexiFED supercharged hospital plan is perfect for you.

Why do we call it a ‘supercharged’ hospital plan?

Because unlike other hospital plans that only pay for hospital related expenses, our flexiFED plans go further by covering you for a range of day-to-day benefits as well. These include unlimited cover for female contraceptives, unlimited cover for trauma treatment in a casualty ward (with a co-pay), unlimited cover for MRI/CT scans (with a co-pay), 7 days’ supply of take-home medicine post-discharge, 30-day post hospital benefit, unlimited GP consults and dentistry. Certain plans offer even more built in day-to-day benefits for things like optometry, maternity, childhood benefits and

mental health… all at no additional cost to you.

Rich in-hospital cover PLUS built in day-to-day benefits… it’s so much more than your average hospital plan!

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OR

2. Use it as a supercharged savings plan

Enhance your cover even further with an annual pool of funds for day-to-day expenses to cover

you for additional benefits that are not already covered on your plan.

When your day-to-day limit is depleted, the Scheme will continue to pay for unlimited GP consults, dental benefits, unlimited MRI/CT scans, trauma treatment in a casualty ward, 7 days’ supply of take-home medicine post-discharge, 30-day post hospital benefit (for things like physio, blood tests and general radiology) and female contraceptives.

While other schemes have Savings Plans, they don’t come close to the value for money offered by our supercharged Savings Plans!

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OR

 

3. A supercharged flexible savings plan

 

Choose this route if you want mostly a hospital plan, but like the idea of having flexible savings

in case you need them.

 

By using your day-to-day benefits only when you need them, you’ll only pay for the portion you use. Different from other schemes, you get to choose how much savings you want.

 

Think of this as a day-to-day safety net. The funds are there for you in case you need them, but you only pay for the funds that you request us to add to your cover.

 

If you too would like having the flexibility and control over how your medical aid day-to-day benefits are structured, speak to your broker, call 0860 002 153 or visit fedhealth.co.za today to switch to Fedhealth and create your aid.

This post and content is sponsored, written and provided by Fedhealth.

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