Discovery Health KEYCARE PLUS is South Africa's best
and most popular, AFFORDABLE NETWORK MEDICAL AID.
Become a member of the Largest, Fastest Growing, best Network Medical Plan in South Africa.
Discovery Health KeyCare has almost twice the number of principal members covered by the next 9 competitor plans!
Use network hospitals and doctors to get low cost, income-related, very affordable premiums and access to the best quality cover and support!
If you want unlimited private hospital cover and mostly unlimited day-to-day benefits for a low cost and affordable premium,
then Discovery Health KEYCARE PLUS 2018 IS THE BEST PLAN FOR YOU!
KEYCARE BEST IN-HOSPITAL BENEFITS
Unlimited emergency and planned hospital cover in the KeyCare Private hospital network.
(not Access plan which covers only emergencies, trauma, childbirth and care for your newborn. Other conditions covered in state hospitals).
List of procedures covered in the Discovery KeyCare day surgery network.
Cover for your hospital stay account, admitting doctor, anaesthetist or any other approved healthcare professionals.
Guaranteed full cover in hospital for Discovery network specialists.
MRI and CT scanbenefits
Casualty benefit with a R 300 co-payment. (Access plan has 1 visit per year, except for emergencies and trauma.)
Essential antenatal care and childbirth cover and care for your newborn!
A defined list of 270 diagnoses for life-threatening emergency medical conditions
Approved cancer benefits for DiscoveryCare Oncology Programme PMB treatment in the KeyCare network or a state facility.
KEYCARE BEST CHRONIC BENEFITS
Essential approved chronic medicine cover for a defined list of 27 chronic conditions.
Full cover with no co-payments for listed medicines.
Free delivery also available.
KEYCARE BEST DAY-TO-DAY BENEFITS
Cover for medical emergencies that happen to you while you're in South Africa.
Private specialist cover.
Unlimited cover for medically appropriate, Discovery Health network GP consultations. (Network of over 2,000 providers)
List of blood, urine and other fluid and tissue tests paid.
Unlimited listed prescribed medicines from KeyCare GP.
4 out-of-network GP visits each year, with selected blood tests, X-rays and medicine on our medicine list covered.
Unlimited network dental consultations, fillings and tooth removals.
1 eye test with a network optometrist, with a specific range of glasses or contact lens every 2 years.
Co-ordinated care for complex medical conditions.
Basic network basic X-rays
Limited network provider for wheelchairs, wheelchair batteries and cushions, transfer boards and mobile ramps, commodes, long-leg calipers, crutches and walkers - on the medical equipment list.
Certain traumatic events covered.
Antenatal Benefits cover 4 visits to a GP, midwife or gynaecologist at a network hospital - 1 routine scan (between 10 and 20 weeks) - Selected blood tests requested by your gynaecologist or network GP.
BEST ADDITIONAL BENEFITS
Preventative screening tests, Like blood pressure, blood glucose, cholesterol and BMI, mammogram, pap smears and HIV paid.
Child growth assessment tests, including height, weight, head circumference and health and milestone tracking.
Unique home-based service for post natal, end of life, infusion and wound care.
HealthyCare, helps reduce your out-of-pocket spend on a vast range of personal and family care products at any Clicks or Dis-Chem.
VITALITYVitality is the best wellness programme that encourages, facilitates and rewards you as you get healthier.
KEYCARE PLUS - from R 914 pm!
KEYCARE ACCESS - from R 644 pm!
KEYCARE CORE - ONLY IN HOSPITAL BENEFIT - from R 731 pm!
You'll not find these benefits, for this cost anywhere.
GUARANTEE YOU WON'T HAVE TO USE STATE HOSPITALS!
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