The uKheshe Health Card
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 Trauma Cover | Private Ambulance Cover | Accident and Emergency Hospitalisation

uKheshe Health Provides you with cover for accidents and emergencies

The uKheshe Health card provides you or your family with Hospital and Life Benefits for as little as R99 per month. With 24/7 Emergency Medical Service, Private Ambulance Cover and
R300 000 Accident and Emergency Hospitalisation,
can you afford not to have uKheshe Health?

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How does uKheshe Health Work?

uKheshe Health offers you all of the features that the normal uKheshe QR card does but it also includes added Health Benefits. These benefits are instantly activated when you sign-up your uKheshe Life card the first time. The monthly cost for an uKheshe Health card is deducted automatically from the user’s uKheshe wallet. The uKheshe Health card is ideal for anyone who would like cover for themselves or their family.  See the options table below.

uKheshe Health Card Options

uKheshe 300K Cover

What's included with your Health Card
R 99 per month
  • R25 000 Trauma Cover
  • R300 000 Accident and Emergency Hospitalisation
  • Covers the card holder only
  • 24/7 Emergency Medical Service
  • Private Ambulance Cover
  • #GetPaid easily with your own Masterpass QR code
  • Send money to any uKheshe user for free
  • FREE Card Delivery
NEW

uKheshe Family Cover

What's included with your Health Card
R 249 per month
  • R25 000 Trauma Cover
  • R300 000 Accident and Emergency Hospitalisation
  • Covers two parents and up to four kids
  • 24/7 Emergency Medical Service
  • Private Ambulance Cover
  • #GetPaid easily with your own Masterpass QR code
  • Send money to any uKheshe user for free
  • FREE Card Delivery
NEW

How do I sign up?

Please complete the form below and we’ll be in contact as soon as uKheshe Health launches.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What constitutes an Emergency?

    Emergency means Bodily Injury caused by an Accident requiring medical or surgical treatment, where failure to provide medical or surgical treatment would result in serious impairment to bodily functions or serious dysfunction of a bodily organ or part or would place the Insured Persons life in serious jeopardy.

  • What is considered to be an accident?

    Accident means a sudden, unexpected external and specific event which occurs at an identifiable time and place, which results in Bodily Injury. The word ‘Accidental’ shall be construed accordingly. If an Insured Person suffers Bodily Injury as a result of unavoidable exposure to severe weather conditions, the Insurer(s) will consider it as having been caused by an Accident. This shall also include insect, spider or animal bites other than those causing Malaria

  • What is Stabilisation?

    Stabilisation means the actual cost of hospitalisation as an in-patient, in the event of an emergency (heart attack, stroke, etc.) that necessitates the stabilisation of the patient before the patient is transferred to a public hospital.

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