If you already have COMPLETA, you can extend your insurance cover with COMPLETA PLUS. You will receive supplementary cost contributions for prevention, spectacles, complementary medicine, health promotion and more.

  • CHF 500 per year for prevention
  • CHF 200 per year towards spectacle lenses, spectacle frames and contact lenses
  • Cost contributions towards health promotion and complementary medicine
  • Can only be taken out in combination with COMPLETA

Insured benefits

With COMPLETA PLUS supplementary insurance, you receive the statutory benefits covered by basic insurance and COMPLETA supplementary outpatient insurance, plus the following additional benefits:

On top of the benefits provided under COMPLETA, you receive 15% of the costs for outpatient treatment, up to a maximum of CHF 500 per calendar year.

You receive 90% of the costs, up to a maximum of CHF 200 per calendar year, that exceed the COMPLETA benefits for spectacle lenses, frames and contact lenses. You receive 100% of the costs, up to a maximum of CHF 500 per eye and calendar year, for laser vision correction.


What does your basic insurance cover?

Children and young people up to the age of 18 receive CHF 180 per year for their spectacle lenses or contact lenses.

You receive the excess under COMPLETA amounting to 25% of the cost of special forms of treatment, such as non-medical psychotherapy, sterilisation, vasectomy and much more.

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.

You receive 75% of costs that exceed the benefits under COMPLETA, up to CHF 200 per calendar year, for health-promoting fitness offers such as weight and endurance training in a gym (gym membership) and many other courses (aqua fitness, gymnastics, first aid, etc.). You also receive 75% of the costs, up to a maximum of CHF 100, for baby and children’s swimming lessons.

You receive 90% of the costs, up to a maximum of CHF 500 per calendar year, for preventative measures that exceed the COMPLETA benefits. This includes vaccinations, cardiovascular check-ups, ultrasound examinations, smoking cessation and examinations for the early detection of cancer. 

For medically prescribed outpatient treatment abroad, you receive – in addition to the benefits provided under COMPLETA – 90% of the costs, up to a maximum of CHF 1,000 per calendar year. This excludes complementary medicine and dental treatments, laser vision corrections, preventive medical care and health promotion.

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Additional Insurance Conditions

Supplementary outpatient insurance – also referred to as supplementary health 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 targeted treatment abroad.

COMPLETA PLUS extends the scope of cover of COMPLETA. Supplementary insurance is worth it if benefits relating to health promotion, complementary medicine, prevention and visual aids are important to you.

You can take out this insurance if you reside in Switzerland (official place of residence) and already have COMPLETA supplementary insurance or you apply for the latter at the same time as COMPLETA PLUS.

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