Basic Plan Includes:
- Accidental Death & Dismemberment (under age 65)
- Accidental Dental
- Blood Pressure Monitors
- Diabetic Supplies
- Funeral Expenses
- Health Practitioners
- Hearing Aids
And more, ask an advisor to review the complete list of benefits.
- Prescription Drugs
- Travel Coverage
- Hospital Cash
And more, ask an advisor to review the complete list of optional benefits to add on.
Applicants and dependent(s) must be permanent Saskatchewan residents with valid provincial health coverage.
If you decide to leave your employer or know your workplace benefits are about to end, you can purchase a Conversion Plan to avoid interruption of coverage. However, you must apply within 60 days of leaving your workplace plan so your health, prescription drugs, dental, and travel benefits can continue uninterrupted. Apply after the 60 mark, and you will be required to complete a medical questionnaire.
Provincial Health Plan
Your provincial health plans give basic coverage, such as family doctor’s expenses or trips to the emergency room. However, personal Health Insurance is more comprehensive and can help cover costs that the government plan doesn’t. It can help cover hospital accommodations, emergency ambulance services, and health practitioners like massage therapy.