Yes, it is mandatory to provide details of all previous illnesses or medical conditions in the information form. Failing to do this may invalidate the plan.
You can get the treatment at any hospital in the geographical area of your policy. Please refer to your policy handbook for the details on the policy cover and medical providers.
A deductible is the amount of the total medical bill that you have to pay – the insurance provider will cover the rest. It varies depending upon the plan you have chosen.
Not all insurance policies cover maternity and pregnancy. Please check with your provider if this is covered.
Yes, you will be covered for accidents or illnesses outside the UAE within the geographical area of your policy. Compare Health Insurance in UAE
Health insurance usually covers medicines, emergency room visits, doctor's consultation charges, laboratory and other test for medical conditions except the exclusions.
Yes, according to the Dubai Health Insurance Law No. 11 in 2013, it is mandatory for all residents to be covered by a level of health insurance that meets or exceeds minimum benefits stipulated by DHA (Dubai Health Authority).
  You can get treated at any of the hospitals or clinics which are mentioned in your network list that your insurance company will provide.
In order to get health insurance salaried individuals are required to submit age proof, application form, address proof, identity proof, valid visa, medical records, medical test reports, salary certificate, photograph. For self-employed individuals age proof, application form, address proof, identity proof, valid visa, medical records, medical test reports, photograph.
Employers are responsible to insure their staff. For those who are not employed, their sponsors need to insure them.