Healthcare group launches new product range
The range comprises CompCare Wellness, BCIMA Medical Aid and Makoti Medical Scheme.
Universal Healthcare has, in just over a decade, developed to the point that it now touches the lives of more than 10 million people, some well beyond the borders of South Africa.
According to Universal, CompCare Wellness is an open medical scheme with a 40-year track record. The product offers a wide array of benefit options to suit every need. CompCare has a holistic approach to health offers some of the finest preventative and promotional health benefits in the industry, including one of the best value comprehensive hospital plans through the AXIS and AXIS ED products. This is in addition to UNISAVE, a highly competitive and comprehensive hospital plan.
Best known to the construction sector is Universal’s Building and Construction Industry Medical Aid Fund (BCIMA) which offers the construction industry a medical scheme specifically tailored to the needs of employers and employees in the building, construction and civil engineering fields.
“BCIMA has a reputation for being a value-for-money fund, which is more affordable than the average medical scheme,” said a Universal spokesperson. “Not only do members have the flexibility of joining the Fund for specific contract periods, but they are also afforded freedom of choice when it comes to selecting a service provider as no network restrictions apply.”
Makoti Medical Scheme is a high quality, affordable medical care catering specifically for those who work in the hospitality, transport and motor manufacturing industry. One of Makoti’s greatest appeals lies in its offering of unrestricted access to primary care and unlimited cover for chronic conditions and the freedom of choice when it comes to choosing a healthcare service provider.
Click here for more information and brochures on BCIMA Medical Aid for the construction sector, and other Universal products