Why choose CompCare?

Because we care about more than just those “EISH!” moments.

From emergencies to everyday mental and physical wellness, we’re committed to quality healthcare and excellent service, so that you know you have a safety net when it comes to your medical expenses.

CompCare benefits include:

Emergency roadside assistance and ambulance services
Unlimited GP visits for kids under 6
Unlimited oncology cover at our designated service provider
Preventative care, tests and screening to prevent future problems
Mental and emotional health benefits
Cover for adventure sports

A range of plans to suit your needs

If you need a hospital plan only:

If you need out of hospital benefits as well:

If you need more comprehensive cover:

from R2 508 p/m

from R2 291 p/m

from R3 652 p/m

from R3 917 p/m*

from R5 032 p/m

from R5 118 p/m*

from R6 291 p/m*

from R8 172 p/m*

*These plans include an Efficiency Discount option with reduced contributions for only using Dis-Chem pharmacies and Netcare hospitals.

Interested?

We recommend having a chat to a CompCare consultant before making a decision.

A range of plans to suit your needs

If you need a hospital plan only:

from R2 125 p/m*

If you need out of hospital benefits as well:

from R1 977 p/m

from R3 154 p/m

from R3 380 p/m*

from R4 342 p/m

If you need more comprehensive cover:

from R4 416 p/m*

from R5 428 p/m*

from R7 051 p/m*

Interested?

We recommend having a chat to a CompCare consultant before making a decision.

Some lingo you should know

Being savvy about these 3 concepts will help you to compare different plans and their benefits.

PMB

This acronym is thrown around a lot and it stands for Prescribed Minimum Benefits. These are benefits that all medical schemes MUST cover. They include emergency medical conditions as well as 271 medical conditions and 26 chronic conditions.

Savings Vs Risk

Your plan premiums are made up of 2 parts:

1. Risk portion
This cover in-hospital expenses and PMB conditions.

2. Medical savings portion
Your medical savings (if part of your plan) are there for your day-to-day needs like visits to your GP, dentist or optometrist. Basically, this helps you to save up for medical costs, but the money is available up front. Once your medical savings are used up, you’ll need to pay for out-of-hospital expenses yourself until the beginning of the next year.

Medical Scheme Rate

If a benefit is covered at 100% of scheme rate, it means the medical aid will pay the maximum amount set for those specific treatments and procedures. BUT some providers charge MORE than 100% of scheme rate, even 200% or 300% – and then the member will have to pay the difference.

Keen to know more?

Knowledgeable CompCare consultants are standing by to call you back:

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