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Medical Insurance


Comprehensive cover for a wide range of medical conditions, covering costs like specialist consultations, diagnostic imaging and testing, hospitalisation and surgery at a time, location and with the medical provider of your choice.


It’s about looking after you and your family’s future if you become totally permanently disabled and are unable to work as a result of an accident or illness.


It’s unfortunately common to face a trauma such as a serious illness or injury at least once in your life.


Trauma insurance is designed to pay you a lump sum of money to manage the financial impact if you or one of your children were to face one of these events.

Income/Mortgage Protection

If you face an illness or injury that stops you from working, this insurance provides regular monthly payments to cover your ongoing financial commitments like household bills and mortgage or rent payments.



It protects your loved ones' futures by providing them with a lump sum payment if you pass away, or are diagnosed with a terminal illness.


Provides an up-front payment should you be injured accidentally.


The payment you receive is based on the treatment you require and the cover you selected.




 Can I suspend my insurance cover while I'm travelling overseas?

Who can insure health insurance?

If I make a claim, will it affect the premium?

What is the difference between a Policy Owner and Life Assured?

Does health insurance cover dental treatment costs?

Is there an age limit for purchasing health insurance?

If I already have health insurance before, can I still switch companies?

Is there a big difference between insurance companies? How to choose?

Is there a big difference between insurance companies? How to choose?

How do I apply for a claim after buying insurance?

How to choose the amount of trauma insurance?

Do I still need to purchase trauma insurance after buying health insurance?

Do children need to purchase trauma insurance?

Will trauma insurance expire?

If a critical illness is diagnosed overseas, will it be covered?

Under what circumstances can I apply for a claim?

Does life insurance expire?

Is it covered in case of death overseas?

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