Your questions about Healthcare answered
The following are answers to some of the most common questions or problems users come across.
What constitutes a medical emergency can only be ascertained by a qualified medical doctor or an attendant at a health facility. This notwithstanding, generally, a medical emergency could be said to be an acute injury or illness that poses an IMMEDIATE risk to a person’s life or long-term health.
In emergency situations, an enrollee can be taken to any health facility, including those not accredited by GLICO Healthcare for prompt medical attention. After being attended to, the enrollee is expected to file for reimbursement with supporting documents indicating proof of emergency endorsed by a medical doctor.
You do not necessarily require a medical screening/examination before signing on to our Health Plans. However, we expect all our prospects to thoroughly declare their health status on the enrolment forms to enable us to plan for their health needs. Screening may only be required in rare cases.
You would need to renew your policy upon its expiry to continue to enjoy the benefits.
Yes, but this must be in line with package benefits/limits. Please follow the outlined steps to filing a claim.
No, please. If it is not a medical emergency, then you would have to visit the accredited health facility assigned to you. GLICO Healthcare Service provider Logos are visibly displayed at all our accredited health facilities.
Yes, it is.
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