Did you know that there are 23 public medical aid schemes operating in South Africa each with a number of options leaving you with a choice hundreds to choose from. It's no wonder that people often get confused about which medical aid plan is right for them, and for their family.
That's where the experts at Sweidan & Co can help you.
We know the importance of medical aid coverage for everyone. Without it, just a single illness, a single accident can have catastrophic financial effects, adding stress at a time when you least need it.
We also know that no one wants to overpay for anything. And that includes their medical aid. There's no doubt that you need to make sure you have the coverage you need, but we don't see why you should overpay for benefits you just don't need and won't ever use.
Our advisors are here to ensure you get the medical aid coverage that's right for you based on your individual circumstances like your age, family size, geographic location, income, health status and budget.
We have done the research and have the tools and knowledge to simply your choice removing the burden from you.
Our expertise is not just limited to helping you find the best medical aid. For many people, gap cover provides additional protection when you need it most, in-hospital. Unfortunately without gap cover you may be exposed to significant financial hardship.
You deserve the best medical aid. So does your family. We're here to help you find it.
Get started today, contact us today for an expert consultation with one of our friendly, helpful Independent Medical Aid Consultants.
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