Atlas Healthcare announces improved benefits on all Health Insurance Plans

Atlas Healthcare announces that its plans and extensions have been enhanced; benefitting clients across all plans as well as its unique preventive care extensions which offer cover for many standard health checks such as smear tests, mammograms, bone density scans and various others. 


Improvements for its Private Clinic Plan include much higher benefit limits for hospital and theatre charges, surgeons and anaesthetists’ fees, in-patient specialist consultations, additional accommodation, psychiatric illness, in-patient CT and MRI Scanning for non-cancer related treatment, GP charges and alternative treatment. 


On its popular private hospital plan, which offers a full refund in supporting private hospitals, significant changes include increases in benefit limits in GP charges, prescribed drugs and out-patient psychiatric treatment among others. 


The AXA PPP healthcare international plan was well known for giving unique cover for treatment in the USA and Canada on an emergency basis as well as the possibility of direct settlement in hundreds of hospitals overseas in the AXA PPP healthcare network of hospitals.  Cover under this plan has now got even better with the USA and Canada cover limit being increased, alternative treatment and ambulance transport now being settled on a full refund of fair and reasonable charges basis, as well as increases in various other commonly used benefits. 


The AXA PPP healthcare Malta range of plans is also unique in its provision of a popular preventive care extension which now has been widened even further to include Glucose Tolerance Tests, Urine Analysis and  complete blood count  for members aged 40 and over. 


In acknowledging our clients’ changing needs, Atlas Healthcare makes it a priority to take clients’ feedback on board in order to enhance our services. This is part of our ongoing commitment to provide a range of plans which suit everyone, increasing peace of mind when medical situations arise,” said Catherine Calleja, Managing Director of Atlas Healthcare.



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