If you already have COMPLETA and HOSPITAL Semi-Private or Private, you can extend your insurance cover with COMPLETA EXTRA at an affordable rate. You get extra cost contributions for health promotion, complementary medicine, spectacles, prevention and more.
With COMPLETA EXTRA supplementary insurance, you receive the following benefits in addition to the statutory benefits covered by basic insurance and COMPLETA outpatient supplementary insurance:
For search and recovery operations in Switzerland for the purpose of a rescue or recovery, you will receive a maximum of CHF 30,000 per claim.
What does your basic insurance cover?
It does not cover the costs for search and recovery operations in Switzerland.
For medically prescribed outpatient treatment abroad, you receive – in addition to the benefits provided by COMPLETA – the full invoice amount, up to a maximum of CHF 4,000 per calendar year. This excludes complementary medicine and dental treatments, laser vision corrections, preventive medical care and health promotion.
Supplementary outpatient insurance – also referred to as supplementary healthcare insurance – rounds out your basic insurance and closes key gaps in coverage. It covers the cost of complementary medicine treatments, as well as fitness courses and subscriptions, preventive medical care and treatment abroad.
COMPLETA EXTRA expands the scope of cover of COMPLETA. Supplementary insurance is worth it if health promotion benefits are important to you. Among other things, you’ll receive additional cost contributions for health promotion, complementary medicine, prevention and for spectacles, contact lenses and laser vision correction.
You can take out this insurance if you reside in Switzerland (official place of residence) and already have COMPLETA and HOSPITAL Semi-Private or Private supplementary insurance or apply for them at the same time as COMPLETA EXTRA.
The minimum term is one year. The contract is automatically renewed each year on the expiry date for a further year.
You can terminate the insurance on 31 December of each year and switch to another health insurance company in Switzerland, provided that you have no outstanding premium invoices. Three months’ notice of cancellation must be given. Notice of cancellation must reach us by no later than the last working day in September. If the insurance premium changes, a one-month notice period applies. In this case, notice of cancellation must reach us by no later than the last working day in November.
A waiting period is the time (from the start of the contract) during which you are not yet entitled to claim insurance benefits. The length of the waiting period can vary depending on the insurance benefit.
For laser vision correction benefits, there is a waiting period of six months. That means you cannot claim these benefits before the end of the first six months of the insurance year.
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