A solution that pays out a daily cash benefit on hospitalisation.

Hospital Cash Plan

The Hospital Cash Plan is an insurance product that pays out a daily cash benefit on hospitalisation of a covered individual. It allows you to focus on a quick recovery without worrying about source of funds for your daily requirements whilst in hospital.

Key features:
  • Daily cash benefit during hospitalization from ZMW 100.00 to ZMW 400.00 for each day of hospitalization.
  • Life and dread disease cover from ZMW 1,000.00 to ZMW 4,000.00
  • Double life benefit is paid out in case of accidental death.
  • Loyalty benefit is paid out every 4 years.
  • Cash bonus is paid out at termination of policy

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