No. Day-to-day services such as GP, specialist, optometry and dentist visits are not covered. These include specialist consultations not billed as part of the hospital or out-of-hospital procedure such as pre- and post-procedure consultations.
Are day-to-day General Practitioner (GP) consultations covered?
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- Does Gap cover shortfalls in respect of fees charged by allied health professionals?
- Which insurer underwrites the Liberty Gap Cover policies?
- Is there a policy fee attached to this policy?
- What is the oldest age at which an individual can apply for cover?
- I have been diagnosed with skin cancer and have reached the medical scheme’s oncology treatment limit. If a 20% co-payment is levied for further treatment, will Liberty Gap cover this copayment?
- How long does it take to pay a claim?
- Does the policy cover more than one eligible spouse?