Bonitas hospital plan
A Bonitas hospital plan can provide you with a time of surety that is hard to find with other medical schemes. They over five different types of Bonitas hospital plan, each structured to fulfil the needs of different segments of the population. Whether you are on a tight budget or can easily afford comprehensive cover, there will be a Bonitas hospital plan that will work for you. Providing affordable and adequate medical schemes for everyone is one of the reasons that Bonitas is the 2nd largest, and oldest, health cover provider in South Africa.
Bonitas hospital plan offers come in five categories of aid: Bo comprehensive, Bonsave, Standard, Primary and Boncap. Young people just starting out often choose Boncap. Boncap is a Bonitas medical aid options discount product that provides for preventative care and helps to alleviate the cost of day to day care which includes medication and doctor’s visits. Members can use a savings account setup with a Bonitas hospital plan to put money toward unexpected health crisis or, they can opt to purchase a gap cover if the need arises to cover the gaps in the Boncap aid.
Bonsave is the Bonitas hospital plan that is accepted in all hospital and includes the rare benefit of comprehensive maternity cover with an option for private ward care. The Bo comprehensive Bonitas hospital plan is the best choices for people managing chronic ailments or requiring frequent hospital services because it provides unlimited hospital cover, chronic pain medication cover and other benefits useful to people managing long term health conditions.
Bonitas hospital plan options also include mid and full comprehensive plans. This is ideal for families and seniors as they are the section of the population that is most in need of chronic and regular care. Bonitas hospital plan options have different levels of hospital coverage. The premium amount increases the more cover you acquire in a plan but again, if you can wisely use (and afford) acquiring a gap cover when you are in need or even purchasing a limited increase aid plan to temporarily raise the amount of benefits on your plan – you can get your health care needs met.