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Have you got enough medical aid?

By Staff Writer

We have a health service here in South Africa, it's just overloaded and underfunded. Public health practitioners have been striking for a living wage and are seriously short staffed. This leads many people to opt for private medical aid. Justmoney has developed a new way for you to compare and get medical aid quotes, with our latest online, instant result medical aid calculator. So how do you go about it?

 

  • Go to our medical aid page
  • Fill in your details
  • Click 'Calculate now'

 

You will be taken to an immediate side by side comparison of leading medical aid schemes tailored to your specific requirements. You can get all the details you may need in an easy to compare format, download brochures about the various schemes and get all the quotes you could want emailed straight to your inbox. Getting your head around which medical aid is best for you has never been more simple or immediate.

Medical aid is a worry buy, it is essentially medical insurance and designed to give you peace of mind when well and pay those hefty private hospital bills if you fall ill. Many people are worried about the future during the recession and may be tempted to cut out extra expenses, but medical aid is a health issue, so why not just find a better plan. With side by side comparison you can work out the best value for money option in the current economic climate. Find out if you are paying too much for your medical aid today with Justmoney.co.za your online guide to money.

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