Medical Insurance

The Most Precious Thing

We all recognise the well-known adage that “the most precious thing we have is our health”. Just ask anyone who has lost theirs.

Yet the concept is rather flippantly bandied about when we’re younger and in good health – we don’t value it because we haven’t experienced what it is to NOT have it. As Joni Mitchell sang “you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone” (Big Yellow Taxi, 1970)

Why You Need Health Insurance

Auckland resident David (possibly not his real name), 82, recently required two relatively minor operations; one to remove skin cancer-type growths from his face, and a second to remove a cyst from his “undercarriage”. The surgery, plus his three-day stay in a private hospital cost just over $20,000. His wait for the operations to be carried out in a public hospital would have been considerable, seriously compromising his quality of life which at his age is already somewhat depleted.

Why You Need Medical Insurance

We all know that as we get older we begin to need medical help. But this requires money to pay for doctors, prescription medicines, specialists and non-urgent operations.
If you do not have medical insurance, you could end up on a seemingly endless waiting list for relatively minor surgery to relieve an ailment that is ruining your quality of life.
 

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