You are covered by Gap Cover whilst travelling overseas if you require medical care in a hospital if you get sick or due to an accident. This is provided that you have not been out of the country for longer than 60 days for a holiday or work purposes. Planned procedures and cancer treatment abroad, however, will not be covered.
My wife and I are going overseas for a month. Are we covered by Gap Cover?
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- Do I need to be a member of a medical scheme to qualify for Liberty Gap Cover?
- How long does it take to pay a claim?
- How do I submit a claim?
- Must details of the medical scheme dependants be provided when taking out cover? And, must the policyholder notify the insurer of any dependants that should be removed from or added to the list of dependants insured under the policy?
- Is my partner covered under my Liberty Gap Cover policy?
- Will my premium increase each year?
- I have been diagnosed with stage 2 qualifying cancer* for the first time, but have decided not to go for further treatment and therefore do not need to register on my medical scheme’s oncology treatment programme. Do I still qualify for the R30 000 lump sum cancer benefit?
- When does the policy terminate?
- I have been diagnosed with stage 2 qualifying cancer* for the first time. The cancer has been surgically removed, no further treatment is required and therefore I do not need to register on my medical scheme’s oncology treatment programme. Do I still qualify for the R30 000 lump sum cancer benefit?
- What documentation is required to replace your existing Gap policy with Liberty Medical Gap Cover?