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  • GREAT SupremeHealth P Plus

    $1,500,000
    LIMIT PER POLICY YEAR
    120 / 365 days
    PRE & POST HOSPITAL
    As Charged
    OUTPATIENT BENEFITS
    Private Hospital
    WARD ENTITLEMENT
  • GREAT SupremeHealth A Plus

    $1,000,000
    LIMIT PER POLICY YEAR
    120 / 365 days
    PRE & POST HOSPITAL
    As Charged
    OUTPATIENT BENEFITS
    A Class and below
    WARD ENTITLEMENT
  • GREAT SupremeHealth B Plus

    $500,000
    LIMIT PER POLICY YEAR
    120 / 365 days
    PRE & POST HOSPITAL
    As Charged
    OUTPATIENT BENEFITS
    B Class and below
    WARD ENTITLEMENT
  • GREAT SupremeHealth Standard

    $150,000
    LIMIT PER POLICY YEAR
    N/A
    PRE & POST HOSPITAL
    Subject to Treatment
    OUTPATIENT BENEFITS
    B Class and below
    WARD ENTITLEMENT

    GREAT SupremeHealth P Plus

    $1,500,000
    LIMIT PER POLICY YEAR
    120 / 365 days
    PRE & POST HOSPITAL
    As Charged
    OUTPATIENT BENEFITS
    Private Hospital
    WARD ENTITLEMENT

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Great Eastern GREAT SupremeHealth Integrated Shield Plan Health Insurance 2020

  • GREAT SupremeHealth is a Great Eastern Integrated Shield Plan (IP) initiative that supplements your MediLife Shield. IPs are health insurance than cover hospitalisation.
  • GREAT SupremeHealth's prices are one of the most competitive in general across all tiers of plans, from Standard to Class A, within the age group of 25 to 45.
  • SupremeHealth has 3 tiers: B Plus, A Plus, and P Plus
    (apart from the Standard Plan)
  • Policy Yearly Limit: S$500,000, S$1,000,000 and S$1,500,000
  • Ward entitlement
    - B Plus: to standard B1 ward at Restructured Hospitals,
    - A Plus: up to Class A wards at Restructured Hospital,
    - P Plus: any standard ward in Private or Restructured Hospitals
  • Offers Lifetime coverage
  • Pre-hospitalisation benefit of up to 120 days, and
  • One of the longest post- hospitalisation coverage of up to 365 days
  • To customise payment and coverage, there are 2 riders available - GREAT TotalCare, the optional IP rider to SupremeHealth, and GREAT TotalCare Plus, an additional supplementary rider-on-rider to GREAT TotalCare.
  • Health Connect is a hotline for GREAT SupremeHealth policyholders to understand your claims and enquire for pre-authorisation before any hospital admission


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  • Updated on 23 Aug 2020

    Purchased

    GREAT SupremeHealth P Plus

    Decent plan with 100% coverage with the addition of a rider. Newer plans might not have the 100% coverage but instead close to 90 over percent but they pay a lower premium
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  • Updated on 15 Jul 2020

    Purchased

    GREAT SupremeHealth B Plus

    [Agent Responsiveness] [Customer Service] My agent is awesome. I had a great customer experience with GE for other policies. It was easy to self help on their portal too.
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  • Updated on 08 Jul 2020

    Purchased

    GREAT SupremeHealth P Plus

    [Claims Process] Relatively fuss free with e-filing at admission. Claim was processed within 2 weeks and settled. Happy with the service.
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  • Updated on 08 Jul 2020

    Purchased

    GREAT SupremeHealth A Plus

    [Claims Process] Easy [Customer Service] Awesome [Agent Responsiveness] Immediate At the end of the day, to me every client has different needs and wants. The relationship between agent and client lays the foundation of the loyalty to the insuring company. You should pay what you feel is value for money with coverage, price and agent-client relationship as a means to compare.
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GREAT SupremeHealth Insurance at a Glance

  • GREAT SupremeHealth Plans from the cheapest to the most premium:
    - B Plus
    - A Plus
    - P Plus
  • All 3 plans cover the same areas but with different levels of coverage.
  • Inpatient and Day Surgery Benefits as charged
  • Enjoy Up to $1.5 million in policy yearly limit
  • Pre-Hospitalisation Benefits up to 120 days, Post-Hospitalisation Benefits for Up to 365 days
  • Outpatient Hospital Benefits (including chemotherapy, other cancer treatments, and kidney dialysis)
  • Covers Psychiatric Treatments
  • Covers Congenital Abnormalities and
  • Overseas Emergency Medical Treatments
  • Get access to Great Eastern's health insurance claims helpline, Health Connect, for enquiries and pre-authorisation


What does GREAT SupremeHealth Cover?

Benefit Parameters

Great SupremeHealth P Plus

Great SupremeHealth A Plus

Great SupremeHealth B Plus

Ward Entitlement

Private & Restructured Hospitals

Restructured Hospitals, Class A Wards & lower

Restructured Hospitals, Class B1 Wards & lower

Policy Yearly Limit

S$1,500,000

S$1,000,000

S$500,000

Inpatient Treatments & Day Surgeries
(including pregnancy and childbirth complications)

as charged

as charged

as charged

Pre-hospitalisation Coverage

as charged, within 120 days before hospitalisation

as charged, within 120 days before hospitalisation

as charged, within 120 days before hospitalisation

Post-hospitalisation Coverage

within 365 days with a certificate of pre-authorisation

OR within 180 days after hospitalisation

within 365 days with a certificate of pre-authorisation

OR within 180 days after hospitalisation

within 365 days with a certificate of pre-authorisation

OR within 180 days after hospitalisation

Outpatient Treatment
(Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy, Kidney Dialysis etc)

as charged

as charged

as charged

Major Organ Transplant
(Life assured as Donor, and Life assured as Recipient)

S$60,000 per Transplant

S$40,000 per Transplant

S$20,000 per Transplant

Emergency Overseas Treatment

As charged, limited to Singapore Private Hospital charges

As charged, limited to Singapore Restructured Hospitals, Class A Ward charges

As charged, limited to Singapore Restructured Hospitals, Class B1 Ward charges

Add-on Rider for GREAT SupremeHealth : GREAT TotalCare

GREAT TotalCare is a rider on top of SupremeHealth Integrated Shield Plan to enhance your medical coverage and reduce your out-of-pocket expenses.

On top of GREAT TotalCare, you can also add GREAT TotalCare Plus for additional coverage benefits.

2 riders for Great Eastern Integrated Shield Plan Health Insurance:

  1. GREAT TotalCare - Elite & Classic
  2. GREAT TotalCare Plus

GREAT TotalCare Rider

  • Enhanced coverage to cover up to 95% of your total hospitalisation bill
  • 7 special benefits for out-of-hospital expenses like Home Health Care, Hospice Care, and Companion Accommodation
  • Caps out-of-pocket expenses to S$3,000 if you have the pre-authorisation letter from Health Connect
  • GREAT TotalCare rider splits further into 2 tiers: Elite and Classic

What is the difference between Great Eastern Shield Riders? TotalCare Elite vs TotalCare Classic

The Co-payment (i.e. out of pocket expenses) portion under GREAT TotalCare (ELITE) is 5% of your total eligible bill. 

The Co-payment portion for GREAT TotalCare (CLASSIC) is either the Deductible OR 5% of your total eligible bill, whichever is higher.

GREAT TotalCare Rider Plus

  • Emergency and non-emergency medical treatment overseas
  • Comprehensive Cancer Treatment Benefits
  • Additional Benefits of Emergency Assistance Services, and Non-Emergency Overseas Treatment Coverage

How much does GREAT SupremeHealth Integrated Shield Plan cost?

Below, we break down the cost of Great Eastern's Integrated Shield Plan, GREAT SupremeHealth Premium by Plans and age groups:

*assuming the insured is a Singaporean Citizen or Permanent Resident. Premiums also exclude MediShield Life Premiums

Age Next Birthday

GREAT SupremeHealth P Plus

GREAT SupremeHealth A Plus

GREAT SupremeHealth B Plus

GREAT SupremeHealth Standard

21 to 25 years old

$233

$81

$69

$33

26 to 30 years old

$233

$81

$69

$33

31 to 35 years old

$286

$124

$70

$48

36 to 40 years old

$299

$124

$72

$48

41 to 45 years old

$638

$228

$132

$76

* Note: Premiums in the table above exclude MediShield Life Premiums

Is Great Eastern's Integrated Shield Plan, GREAT SupremeHealth, the best health insurance plan for you?

How does Great Eastern's Shield Plan compare with others?

Benefits:

  • GREAT SupremeHealth's prices are one of the most competitive in general across all tiers of plans, within the age group of 25 to 45.
  • Great Eastern GREAT SupremeHealth Standard has the cheapest Standard Integrated Shield Plan. GE offers the lowest price for Standard IPs, throughout (analysing within the age group of 25 - 45).
  • From our calculations, Great Eastern also offers one of the most competitive rates for Integrated Shield Plans for most of the other classes of IP from Class A Ward to Class B Ward Entitlement, for those ages between 25 to 40 years old.
  • It also has one of the longest post-hospitalisation benefits, at 365 days. Yes, a whole entire year.

Cons:

  • For private class wards at private hospitals, GREAT SupremeHealth is pricier than average at certain ages. From the graph above, GE Private Shield Plan premium is cheaper than average at age 35, but more expensive than average at 25. Hence, it is important to take note of your age progression and your resulting increase in premiums

Eligibility: Who can apply for Great Eastern Integrated Shield Plan, GREAT SupremeHealth?

  • Citizenship Status: Singaporeans and Permanent Residents
  • Age: up to 75 years of Age

Get a Quote for Great Eastern's IP - GREAT SupremeHealth

  • Visit Great Eastern's website for more details on the coverage, exclusions, and quote