Medimed Medical Aid Scheme: 2017

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Medimed: All the 2018 medical aid plans

(2018 Benefits will be updated shortly) "] Alpha Plan "] Essential Series "] Standard Series "] Max Series "]

Medimed Benefits:

Medimed in-hospital benefits: 2017

In-hospital benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans

Medimed out-of-hospital benefits: 2017

Out-of-hospital benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans 2017

Medimed oncology benefits: 2017

Oncology benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans

Medimed maternity benefits: 2017

Maternity benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans 2017

Medimed dentistry benefits: 2017

Dentistry benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans 2017

Medimed medicine benefits: 2017

Medicine benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans 2017

Medimed optometry benefits: 2017

Optometry benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans 2017

Medimed preventative benefits: 2017

Preventative benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans 2017

Medimed mental health benefits: 2017

Mental health benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans 2017

Medimed other benefits: 2017

Other benefits, compared, for all Medimed medical aid plans

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Pregnancy cover if you don’t have medical aid

Pregnancy is considered a medical condition, and as such is subject to waiting periods when...

How to use this site

We know the medical aid industry is complicated, and the information presented on this site...

All about PMBs, and how schemes have to pay for them

PMBs are 270 conditions that schemes have to cover without requiring co-payments or savings from you, even if the treatment is provided out-of-hospital. This applies to every plan.

How medical aids work

A brief introduction to how medical aids work, the different types of plans, and their obligation to cover out-of-hospital expenses for certain conditions, regardless of plan type.

Will I have to pay a Late Joiner Penalty?

The Late Joiner Penalty is paid by medical aid members who are 35yr+ and who have not always had medical aid. Find out how the LJP is calculated, and whether it applies to you or not.

How do I complain about a medical aid issue?

Medical Aids are complicated and there is often misunderstanding and disagreement between the scheme administrator...