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Our plans are designed to provide a good balance between

Comprehensive cover

Affordable rates

No penalties if you use the DSPs (designated service providers)
No underwriting if you join within the required period
Join now and pay later - contributions deducted at the end of the month only

Transmed Medical Fund focuses on three key areas of member healthcare

Affordable day-to-day medical services such as doctors' visits, dental appointments, optical needs and prescribed medication.
Affordable hospitalisation through private and State hospitals, depending on the health plan chosen by members.
Chronic condition medication where long-term medication is required in cases like asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, epilepsy and other conditions that need continuous medication.
Transmed Medical Fund facilitates early detection tests to ensure any serious condition is picked up early and also provides free access to Hello Doctor, a mobile phone-based service that gives you access to doctors 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can get expert health advice from qualified South African medical doctors through your phone, tablet or computer at absolutely no cost to you! Just download the app, request a call, and the doctor will phone you back within an hour.
Wellness Coach Programmes support members with chronic diseases.
Transmed's account executives do regular site visits to all of the Transnet Group's Business Units, to assist members with queries and membership-related issues.

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Novel coronavirus

A novel coronavirus was identified in 2019 in Wuhan, China. This is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified in humans. While health organisations around the world are fighting the spread of the coronavirus, we would advise you to take note of the basic facts surrounding this new pandemic. Read more about how the new strain started, how it is transmitted, its symptoms, treatment and prevention, as well as whether it is safe to travel.


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