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Maxicare Prima Gold & Maxicare Prima Silver

It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver - Mahatma Gandhi

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 Our company has provided the employees with a health insurance from Maxicare. It has helped the employees with their medical needs a lot because of the inpatient and outpatient benefits accorded to members. I have created an article about health insurance and I received several emails inquiring how they can avail of a health card if: (1.) they are self employed (2.) age 60 above.

To address these queries and share it with the rest who may also be interested, I decided to create a blog for the information of the general public.

Since, I am enrolled with Maxicare and I am satisfied with the services and benefits provided by this health insurance company, I looked in the internet if they have a package or plans catering to self employed and people 60 and above.

I discovered the Maxicare Prima Gold for 60 years old and above and Prima Silver for 0 to 59 years old.

 Maxicare Prima Gold for 60 years old and above Php 12,999.00

Benefits & Coverage:
  • Unlimited outpatient consultations with any of the following doctors:
Maxicare Primary Care Center (PCC), BGC and all MyHealth Clinic Branches

Internal Medicine (IM)
Obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN)
Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT)
Dermatologist
Opthalmologist - MyHealth only
  • Unlimited coverage for *prescribed laboratory and diagnostic procedures at the Maxicare Primary Center in W City Center Bldg, 7th Avenue corner 30th St. Bonifacio Global City, Taguig and all MyHealth Clinics.
          * Only procedure/s advised and requested by a Maxicare Primary Care or MyHealth                              Physician will be covered.
  • Pre-existing conditions are covered.
  • With up to Php 20,000.00 emergency room coverage in all Maxicare-affiliated hospitals nationwide.
  • Access to the 24/7 TeleConsult Service
  • Free dental care services with MetroDental. Avail of the following services once within one (1) year: mild oral prophylaxis, panoramic x-ray(full mouth), dental consult, emergency relief of dental pain through medication, cosmetic or oral rehab treatment or planning, dental nutrition and counseling, dental health education.
  • Preparation of dental certificates.
  • Safekeeping of dental records as required by law or client.
  • Purchase (one-time payment only)
  • The PRIMA membership card will be delivered to your nominated address several days after your registration.
Important Reminders
  • The PRIMA Gold Card or ecard must be presented at all times, alongside one (1) valid government issued ID with photo (e.g. driver's license/passport/senior citizen card), upon availing the services offered in this healthcare plan.
  • No card/ecard, no availment policy applies.
  • Membership is valid up to one (1) year from the date of registration.
  • These cards are non-transferable once registered.
Prima Silver for 0 to 59 years old Php 4,999.00

Benefits & Coverage:
  • Unlimited outpatient consultations with any of the following doctors:
Maxicare Primary Care Center (PCC), BGC and all MyHealth Clinic Branches

Maxicare Primary Care Center (PCC), BGC and all MyHealth Clinic Branches

Internal Medicine (IM)
Obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN)
Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT)
Dermatologist
Opthalmologist - MyHealth only
  • Unlimited coverage for *prescribed laboratory and diagnostic procedures at the Maxicare Primary Center in W City Center Bldg, 7th Avenue corner 30th St. Bonifacio Global City, Taguig and all MyHealth Clinics.
          * Only procedure/s advised and requested by a Maxicare Primary Care or MyHealth                              Physician will be covered.
  • Pre-existing conditions are covered.
  • With up to Php 20,000.00 emergency room coverage in all Maxicare-affiliated hospitals nationwide.
  • Access to the 24/7 TeleConsult Service
  • Free dental care services with MetroDental. Avail of the following services once within one (1) year: mild oral prophylaxis, panoramic x-ray(full mouth), dental consult, emergency relief of dental pain through medication, cosmetic or oral rehab treatment or planning, dental nutrition and counseling, dental health education.
  • Preparation of dental certificates.
  • Safekeeping of dental records as required by law or client.
  • Purchase (one-time payment only)
  • The PRIMA membership card will be delivered to your nominated address several days after your registration.
Important Reminders
  • The PRIMA Silver Card or ecard must be presented at all times, alongside one (1) valid government issued ID with photo (e.g. driver's license/passport/senior citizen card), upon availing the services offered in this healthcare plan.
  • No card/ecard, no availment policy applies.
  • Membership is valid up to one (1) year from the date of registration.
  • These cards are non-transferable once registered.

If you have further queries contact Maxicare support at +632 798-7770.

You may want to avail these products either for yourself, your parents or for your family.

Middle life is Beautiful.

Till next time. God bless.







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