Hospital plans are an essential part of your financial planning that will ensure that you and your family have options should you or any other member of your family require hospitalization for any reason whatsoever. Hospital plans allow you to choose the hospital or facility you wish to be treated in paying out a fixed daily amount for every day spent in hospital.
There is no substitute for quality healthcare!
We cater for the specific needs of HIV positive people in South Africa. People living with HIV are like any other member of society, needing the stability and re assurance that both they and their families will be taken care of in the event of their death or illness.
These HIV positive Life insurance policies do not require extensive medical assessments or tests, the fact is that people living with HIV live just as long as any other member of society.
Life Insurance Companies are now offering very affordable Life Insurance to HIV positive people and have designed products that offer both HIV Life Insurance and special disability cover for people Living with HIV.
The Best Life Insurance and Disability cover for HIV positive South African’s
Companies that offer HIV poistive people Life Insurance
Life insurance for HIV positive people needs to be viewed in context of the advancement in treatments and the life expectancy of an HIV positive person on anti retrovirals.
Most of the Large Insurance companies in SA and around the World offer Life insurance to HIV positive people and at HIV Cover, we offer you the ability to get a Life Insurance quote for yourself is you are HIV positive, or for a family member who is HIV positive.
Get the best HIV positive life insurance quote and the most affordable premiums.
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