Health Insurance is one type of insurance you are pretty much guaranteed to use. Since we all need medical attention from time to time, and some of us need it quite frequently.

Health insurance is one of your most important needs. Without it, one serious illness or accident could wipe you out financially.

If you have ever been sick or injured, you know how important it is to have health insurance coverage. Health insurance is a protection against medical costs.

You know there are gaps in your provincial health insurance coverage and you also know that your provincial health insurance plan doesn’t fully cover many every day medical expenses like dental services, prescription drugs, prescription eye wear and more. These out-of-pocket expenses tend to add up quickly.

You know that if an accident or illness occurred, the additional health care expenses could leave you financially vulnerable.

Every province and territory have a different health plan. However, the following are usually not covered by government health insurance plans:

  • Prescription drugs*
  • Dental check-ups and treatment
  • Hospital stays
  • Specialized care, including speech therapists or pathologists, physical therapists, chiropractors, and many more
  • Homecare and nursing
  • Medical supplies and equipment
  • Emergency medical health treatment for travelers
  • Personal emergency response
  • Hearing aids
  • Accidental death and dismemberment
  • Catastrophic coverage
  • Health care online ( TELUS Health) 24/7

Health, Dental and Extended Health Care benefits with the following options:

  • Coverage for Individuals and Families
  • Coverage for those who are self-employed or those whose group benefits have been terminated.

Today, health care costs are high, and getting higher. A variety of coverage options are available to suit your particular situation and budget. For example, we can help you choose among these following offers: special pricing for individuals, single parents, couples and families.

Plus, if you are self-employed or a contract-worker, you may be able to deduct your premiums from your annual income to REDUCE TAXES! For those who are not self – employed, don’t forget, you may be eligible for a tax credit. If you contact us, we will be more than glad to get to know your unique situation and specific needs to better serve you.