Health Insurance: your protection against unexpected large health bills
Individual and group medical insurance that gives you the back-up to get you and the team back up on your feet as soon as possible.
When it comes to medical insurance, you can’t put a price on good health, but we can! Each year, 15,000 New Zealanders fall seriously ill and are unable to work for six months or more. UniMed helps companies to make medical insurance more affordable to staff, and reduces the financial stress of unexpected health issues for individuals or members of a group. Insurance-wise, we can keep our premiums low because we’re a pure Kiwi, not-for-profit mutual society - so there are no shareholders in New Zealand or overseas, with expectations of large profits to pay dividends! We are low-key, but low cost. But low-cost doesn’t mean we take short cuts: find out about our comprehensive, straightforward health insurance plans, backed up by first-class service and fast, friendly claims turnaround.
Save money on health insurance with UniMed. Avoid delays in the public system and unexpected large bills. Bolt on extra family members and children at affordable rates.For Individuals >
Make medical insurance available to all your staff by using your company purchasing power for group insurance either through a subsidised employer scheme or a voluntary group. Enable employees to get good health insurance cover for pre-existing conditions and benefits they could not get privately. Attract and retain good staff.For Employers >
UniMed makes it easy to compare private individual or group insurance plans and prices, with a variety of plans, modules, excess amounts, and benefit options to keep health insurance affordable.Get a Free Quote Today >
Health Positive plan
Cover for day-to-day health expenses
From $4.43 wk.
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Don't take our word for it!
UniMed has been independently rated the highest out of the top 6 Health Insurers nationwide for customer satisfaction - and we didn’t even know they were doing the survey!
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UniMed has an A- (Excellent) Financial strength rating:
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