Receive daily cash benefits and reimbursement of ambulance service charges should you be hospitalised.

Enjoy 10% off when you apply for InsureHealth from now till 31 July 2024. T&Cs apply.

Complement your existing medical insurance with InsureHealth
At a glance

Complement your existing medical insurance with InsureHealth

InsureHealth is a hospitalisation income insurance plan that can complement your existing medical insurance plans with daily cash benefits and reimbursement of ambulance service charges.


Daily hospital cash benefits

Daily hospital cash benefits

Up to S$300 payout besides existing hospitalisation & medical insurance coverage. Payout is doubled for Intensive Care Unit (ICU) admission.

Worldwide coverage

Worldwide coverage

Daily cash benefits even if hospitalisation occurs overseas

Post-hospitalisation allowance

Post-hospitalisation allowance

Lump sum payout of up to S$500 upon discharge from a hospital stay of 5 days or more

Hassle-free application

Hassle-free application

No medical examination required


Daily hospital cash benefit
  • +Inclusive of 9% GST and for age group of 18 to 29 years old. Annual premium shall be increased as and when the age of the Insured Person falls into the next age group.
  • ^No benefit will be payable in the event of hospitalisation due to any illness during the waiting period.
  • Please refer to the Policy Wording for the full details of the terms, conditions and exclusions of this insurance plan.

Complement your existing medical insurance and sign up today

Complement your existing medical insurance and sign up today

    Frequently asked questions

    1. Who is eligible to apply for InsureHealth?
      • Singapore residents between the ages of 18 and 59 years old can apply for InsureHealth.
      • For dependent child(ren) between the ages of 6 months and 18 years old, the parent/legal guardian must be the proposer. The age of dependent child(ren) may be extended to up to 25 years old if the child is studying full-time in a recognised institution of higher learning and is not married nor in employment.
      • Singapore residents refer to Singapore citizens, Singapore permanent residents or holders of a valid work permit, Employment Pass, S Pass, Long-Term Visit Pass or Dependant's Pass issued by the authorities in Singapore.

    2. Do I need to go for a medical check-up during the application process?
      No medical check-up is required during the application process.

    3. Does InsureHealth pay on top of other insurance policies I have?
      Yes, InsureHealth pays on top of your existing insurance policies, including your company's insurance coverage and MediShield.

    4. What does "30-day waiting period for hospitalisation due to illness" mean?
      You will only be covered for hospitalisation due to illnesses 30 days after the policy has commenced.

    5. What do I need to do if I wish to change my premium payment method?
      You may contact UOI at 1800 221 6588 during business hours to make arrangement. Alternatively, you may email to

      UOI’s business hours
      Monday to Thursday: 8:45am to 5:45pm
      Friday: 8.45am to 4.45pm

      Closed on weekends and public holidays.

    1. Will I be covered if I'm hospitalised due to infectious disease? If yes, is COVID-19 on the list of infectious diseases?
      Yes, you will be covered for the applicable benefits if you are hospitalised due to infectious diseases, including COVID-19, 30 days after the policy has commenced.

    2. Will I be covered if I'm hospitalised for LASIK, cataract or wisdom tooth surgery?
      No, you will not be covered for the applicable benefits if you are hospitalised due to cosmetic, elective, dental disease or dental care surgery.

    3. Will I be covered if I'm hospitalised due to pre-existing conditions?
      No, you will not be covered if you are hospitalised due to pre-existing conditions.
      Pre-existing conditions refer to any illness, condition, manifestation or symptom:
      • for which the Insured Person had previously received treatment, medication or advice from a Physician; or
      • which the Insured Person was aware of, or should reasonably have been aware of; or
      • which would cause an ordinary prudent person to seek diagnosis, care or test; prior to the Effective Date of Insurance.

    4. Would you be reimbursed if you take a taxi or Grab to hospital?
      No, it is limited to ambulance service charges incurred in Singapore.

    5. I was given 5 days' medical leave after 4 days of hospitalisation as a result of an accident. My total hospital bill was S$2,500. What is the total amount payable under the Classic Plan?
      This insurance payout is based on the number of days the hospital stay lasted for; therefore, the Policy will pay a Daily Hospital Cash Benefit of S$100 x 4 = S$400 for the Classic Plan.
      If the hospital stay is less than 5 days, there will not be any payout under the "Post-Hospitalisation Allowance"

    6. How much will I be covered under the Classic Plan if I am hospitalised for 5 days due to dengue fever?
      You will receive a total of S$700 in cash benefits.
      • Daily Hospital Cash Benefit S$100 per day X 5 Days: S$500
      • Post-Hospitalisation Allowance for a minimum hospitalisation period of 5 days: S$200
      • Total Cash Benefit: S$700

    7. Will I be covered if I am hospitalised while I am abroad?
      Yes, you will be covered if you are hospitalised due to accident or illness while you are abroad.

    8. Will my premium increase after enrolment?
      Your premium will increase with your age. The premium you are currently paying is not guaranteed and may be adjusted based on UOI's review of this policy.
    1. How do I make a claim?
      Please complete the eClaim form and submit your supporting documents to UOI within 30 days of hospitalisation.

    2. How long does it take to process my claim?
      Upon receipt of all the relevant supporting documents, it will typically take ten (10) working days to complete the claim assessment.

    3. If I am admitted to an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), can I submit a claim for both Hospital and ICU cash benefits?
      You can only submit a claim for the ICU cash benefit, and not both cash benefits, in this instance.

    Important information

    Important Notice & Disclaimers

    Important notes

    The above is provided for general information only and is not a contract of insurance. Full details of the terms, conditions and exclusions of this insurance are provided in the policy contract and will be sent to you upon acceptance of your application by United Overseas Insurance Limited (UOI). You may wish to seek advice from a qualified adviser before making a commitment to purchase the product. In the event that you choose not to seek advice from a qualified adviser, you should consider carefully whether this product is suitable for you. UOB does not hold itself out to be an insurer or insurance broker. The insurance products and services stated herein are provided by UOI.


    Policy Owners’ Protection Scheme

    These policies are protected under the Policy Owners' Protection Scheme which is administered by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC). Coverage for these policies are automatic and no further action is required from you. For more information on the types of benefits that are covered under the scheme as well as the limits of coverage, where applicable, please contact your insurer or visit the General Insurance Association (GIA) or SDIC websites ( or


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