Best Medical Aid in South Africa

Is this the Best Medical Aid in South Africa?

Here are 3 Reasons why it is!

  1. Unlimited in-hospital cover at any hospital you choose!
  2. You control your out of hospital, day-to-day savings account!
  3. It is the only medical aid allowing you to control your premium!

Fedhealth pay more than other medical aids, making your savings last longer and work harder for you!

A medical aid is only the best if it suits most of your needs and that is a very subjective decision, as we all have different needs and wants!

If I tell you why this medical aid plan offers you much more than other schemes, would you seriously consider joining them?

Well, consider these benefits ...


Out of Hospital

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Fedhealth also offer you the ability to discount your premium by using network hospitals or choosing to have a set co-payment on planned hospitalisation.

Yes, get an 11% premium discount simply by using network hospitals!
Or get a 25% discount by paying R 12,000 for every planned hospital event!

flexiFED plans are really hospital plans, BUT they give you the option of choosing the amount of day-to-day savings you need.

The savings you then spend are then paid back, over the next 12-months and only from the date you start using them!

There are 4 flexiFed plans, with different day-to-day savings.

Single member Premiums start from R 1 341 pm. with R 9,000 in savings.

All plans offer:

  1. Unlimited hospitalisation.
  2. A safety net for certain day-to-day costs when savings are used.
  3. Preventative screenings and lifestyle assessments (glucose, cholesterol, blood pressure, BMI and physical screenings.)

Choosing a medical aid that offers you the finest Maternity Cover is a key consideration for many new medical aid members.

Pregnancy and your medical aid cover

Pregnant? Not on medical aid? You might be footing the bill to bring home baby.

Fedhealth offer generous maternity and childhood benefits - especially on the flexFED 2 and 3 plans.
They do pay many costs from risk, keeping your savings for other necessary costs!

So, what is covered on the maternity benefit?

All pregnant members can join the Baby Programme and receive a beautifully designed Fedhealth baby bag filled with baby goodies, and expert advice that can be accessed 24/7.

Members and dependants can also register on the Fedhealth Family Room - an online member portal and join their Baby Bumps community for interesting reads and rewards.

These are some maternity benefits are covered from Risk – (depending on the plan you join.)

  1. Two antenatal scans.
  2. Either 8 or 12 ante- and postnatal consults with a midwife, network GP or gynae.
  3. A doula benefit
  4. A postnatal midwifery benefit
  5. Private ward cover.

Any other maternity expenses are paid from your savings.

Extensive Childhood Benefits are also paid from Risk, such as:

  1. Non referral, Paediatric consults up to either 12 or 24 months of age.
  2. An infant hearing screening test.
  3. Childhood immunisations.
  4. Childhood illness specialised drug benefit for up to 18 years of age.

Other birth options that are covered are home births and the hiring of a water bath.

Fedhealth has over 80 years of excellent medical scheme experience in South Africa.
They pride themselves on being "run by members - for members" and have had a AA- Global Credit Rating with reserves well-over the legislated 25%

They are a very innovative medical scheme and the flexiFed range of plans has revolutionised the medical aid market.

You owe it to yourself and certainly your loved ones to seriously consider the Fedhealth Medical Aid.

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