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Star Health Super Surplus
Star Health Super Surplus Insurance Plan
Star Health Super Surplus is a comprehensive health insurance policy which covers medical expenses incurred by a person due to any illness, disease sickness or injury.
Key Features of Star Health Super Surplus Insurance Plan
Covers individual from the age of 5 months
Policy can be renewed till the age of 75 years
Unlike most policies, there is no cap on charges for ICU rent, medicine, diagnostic charges or consultation fee.
What is covered in Star Health Super Surplus Insurance Policy?
Hospital room accommodation (room rent) if the insured is hospitalised for a minimum 24 hour hospitalisation
Provides for room and boarding expenses to a maximum of Rs.4,000/- per day
Fees of the Doctor, Surgeon, Consultant, Anesthetist and Specialist are covered
Also includes the nursing expenses
Cost of medicines and drugs, oxygen, blood, artificial limbs, pace-maker, etc. are paid for
Additional Benefits of Star Health Super Surplus Insurance Policy
Pre existing diseases are covered after 36 months of continuous insurance.
There is no ceiling on ICU charges, cost of medicine and drugs, diagnostic charges for investigation purposes or consultation fee of doctors and surgeons unlike most health insurance policies in the industry,
Eligibility and Restrictions of Star Health Super Surplus Insurance Policy
Coverage Amount (in Rs.)
Policy Term (in years)
Entry Age (in years)
Renewable till Age (in years)
Family floater policy will cover
2 children (if dependent and till the age of 25 years)
Tax Benefits in Star Health Super Surplus Insurance Plan
Premiums paid are eligible for tax exemption up to the limits of Rs.15,000 and Rs 20,000 for senior citizen under Section 80D of the IT Act
Exclusions - What is not covered in Star Health Super Surplus Insurance Plan?
There is an initial waiting period of 30 days within which claim is not admitted
Expenses which are purely diagnostic in nature are not covered under this plan
Expenses incurred for non-allopathic treatment or naturopathy treatment is excluded
Cosmetic treatment and surgery is not included
Treatment of external congenital disease or defects and anomalies are excluded from this policy