What does PFA Health Insurance cover?
The specifics of PFA Health Insurance vary depending on the agreement between your employer/organisation and PFA. If you log onto My PFA, you can see the details of your coverage.
You can use the examination and treatment options etc. right from the day when you become covered by the health insurance plan; however, the need for treatment must have occurred during the insurance period.
If you have registered for voluntary health insurance, please note that any pre-existing illnesses and illnesses that have arisen as a consequence hereof will not be covered until 6 months after the date of registration.
View your insurance cover at My PFA here >
Covered by PFA Health Insurance
Individual treatment by a chiropractor
Individual treatment by a physiotherapist
Expenses for pre-examinations
Treatment and re-examination at hospitals, clinics or by specialists
Prescription-only medicine following treatment covered by the insurance
Rehabilitation ordered by a specialist
Temporary home help and home nursing care
Treatment by a psychologist
Examination and treatment of a mental illness by a psychiatrist
Treatment of abuse of alcohol, medicine and other intoxicants
Log into My PFA. In your terms and conditions of pension, you can see the exact cover that applies to you
Not covered by PFA Health Insurance (not exhaustive)
Chronic illnesses that occurred before you became covered by PFA Health Insurance
Cosmetic surgery, forehead lift, eyelid lift
Glasses, contact lenses, hearing aids or dental treatment
Any need of treatment that occurred before you became covered by PFA Health Insurance
Emergency treatments (for instance situations that require doctors from the emergency service or casualty ward)
Addictions such as compulsive gambling
You find all the details in your terms and conditions at My PFA