Best expat health insurance quotes in South Africa

We take the hassle out of health insurance: these two health insurance companies provide international medical and dental insurance for expats in South Africa. Get quick simple quotes, and check out our list of FAQs to select the best health coverage plan for you.

Health insurance quotes for expats in South Africa

    • Allianz Care

      The Munich-headquartered financial services company offers international health insurance plans for expatriate students, professionals, couples and families. Depending on the policy, Allianz Care covers everyday medical expenses, emergency treatment, dental consultations, maternity, surgery, and outpatient fees.
    • Cigna Global

      The American health services company serves expats and globally mobile individuals in more than 200 international jurisdictions. Cigna Global’s policies are easily customized to coverage and cost requirements and customers can pick from three coverage levels, modular plans, and several cost-share options.
    • Allianz Care

      The Munich-headquartered financial services company offers international health insurance plans for expatriate students, professionals, couples and families. Depending on the policy, Allianz Care covers everyday medical expenses, emergency treatment, dental consultations, maternity, surgery, and outpatient fees.
    • Cigna Global

      The American health services company serves expats and globally mobile individuals in more than 200 international jurisdictions. Cigna Global’s policies are easily customized to coverage and cost requirements and customers can pick from three coverage levels, modular plans, and several cost-share options.

FAQ

Health insurance in South Africa

What do I need to receive healthcare in South Africa?

Do I need private health insurance in South Africa?

Does the package cover family members?

Are there any restrictions, limitations, or exclusions on the policy, e.g. relating to age or pre-existing conditions?

What's a coverage gap and could I be affected?

Am I covered while I travel?

What treatments are covered?

How straightforward is the process for making a claim?