Eligibility Criteria for private health insurance
The eligiblity criteria for getting private health insurance depends mainly on your occupation. Employees are eligible for private health insurance if they meet the annual gross income limit (JAEG).
Civil servants can be insured privately without any prerequisites and level of income. In the majority of cases the employer covers half or more of the insurance cost similar to employees.
Self-employed, freelancers and students can freely choose to be insured privately. Addidiotnally, public health insurance providers are not obligated to cover third-country nationals so in many cases self-employed persons need to take out a private health insurance.
Documents Required to buy private health insurance
Employed persons who will be insured through the public health insurance will be registered and insured by their employer. However, employees can choose any public health insurance providers they prefer, this needs to be communicated to their employer and no further requirements are needed.
Since private health insurance costs are calculated on your health status, among others, it is necessary to provide a doctor evaluation form. The appointment can be set up by us, and once completed the only thing we require is a copy of your passport.
The process of buying private health insurance
First request a quote from us, we will then assess your basic information such as income and age. After this, your needs are discussed to ensure your coverage is according to your personal situation.
You will receive a free quote from us and we will help you understand the ins and out of the health insurance coverage, costs and benefits.
As soon as you accept our offer, you complete the signup process and get your health insurance card.
We offer after sales support such as claiming and doctor appoints among others. Be protected, hassle free!