What does PFA Health Insurance cover?
The specifics of PFA Health Insurance vary depending on the agreement between your employer/organisation and PFA. For example, you may either have the basic cover or the extended cover.
You can use the examination and treatment options, etc. right from the day when you are registered for the health insurance plan; however, the need for treatment must have arisen during the insurance period.
If you have registered for a voluntary health insurance plan, please note that any pre-existing illnesses and illnesses that have arisen as a consequence of a pre-existing illness will not be covered until two years after the date of registration.
Basic cover and extended cover
Basic Health Insurance covers:
Expenses for pre-examinations, treatments and re-examinations at hospitals, clinics or by specialists
Treatment of abuse of alcohol, medicine and other intoxicants (up to DKK 132,000)
Psychiatric treatment (up to 12 consultations)
In addition, Extended Health Insurance covers:
Chiropractor and physiotherapist (up to 12 treatments in total)
Psychologist including emergency counselling (up to 12 consultations)
Dietician (up to 12 consultations in case of BMI >30)
Acupuncturist and reflexologist (up to 12 treatments)
Medicine (up to 6 months)
Rehabilitation (up to 6 months)
Recuperation (up to 3 months)
Temporary home care services (up to 3 months)
Not covered by the Insurance (not exhaustive)
Chronic illnesses that occurred before you were covered by PFA Health Insurance
Cosmetic surgery, forehead lift, eyelid lift
Glasses, contact lenses, hearing aids or dental treatment
Treatment needs that occurred before you were covered by PFA Health Insurance
Treatment of compulsive gambling
You find all the details in your terms and conditions at My PFA