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How to Supplement your Ontario Health Coverage

How to Supplement your Ontario Health Coverage

Your Ontario health coverage (O.H.I.P.), the province’s health insurance plan, entitles you to basic health care services at no charge, including:

  • Medically necessary services provided by your doctor or administered in-hospital
  • X-rays, blood tests and other lab services requested by a physician
  • Certain specialist treatments deemed medically necessary
  • Emergency dental and oral surgeries administered in-hospital
  • Eye exams (if you are under 20 or over 64 years of age)

You’re probably not covered for:

  • Prescription drugs
  • Prescription eyewear
  • Routine dental care
  • Registered specialists and therapists
  • Emergency medical expenses when travelling abroad

Because of the many gaps in Ontario health coverage, more and more residents are turning to private health plans to help reduce out-of-pocket medical expenses.

Broaden your health horizon

Don’t wait until bills for dental services, prescription drugs, vision care, etcetera, etcetera… are piling up. SureHealth offers two products that effectively top up your Ontario health coverage with valuable benefits. Each offers a selection of supplemental plans to choose from (7 for ZONE, 4 for LINK).

SureHealth ZONE

Coverage available to you, even if you’ve never had health benefits before:
  • Health
  • Dental
  • Prescription drugs
  • Vision care
  • Emergency medical travel coverage

SureHealth LINK

Coverage specially designed for you if you’re losing your group employee benefits:
  • Health
  • Dental
  • Prescription drugs
  • Vision care
  • Preferred hospital accommodation
  • Emergency medical travel coverage

Find the SureHealth plan for you.

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