Compare HealthPlans

Saga Health Insurance offers over 50s a choice of five health plans, each providing cover for hospital in-patient and day-patient treatment and care. The amount of out-patient cover and additional benefits varies between health plans, shown in our plan comparison table below.

You can personalise your Saga HealthPlan by selecting options such as Fixed Fast Track, Extended Cancer Cover, Health Cash Benefits, our unique 4 week wait and different levels of excess. You can get a quote to see how these different options affect your premium.

Saga HealthPlan Saver and Saga HealthPlan Support are only available over the telephone. For more information please call 0800 015 0226.

How the plans compare

Super Secure Saver Plus
In-patient and day-patient treatment
Prompt access as a private patient

Surgeons’, anaesthetists’ and physicians’ fees

Accommodation costs

Operating theatre
and nursing costs

In-patient psychiatric

Out-patient treatment
Surgical procedures

Cancer treatment, including charges for radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and eligible out-patient cancer treatment following diagnosis

Consultations and
diagnostic tests

Out-patient CT, MRI
and PET Scans

Practitioner and Physiotherapist charges

Therapist, Homeopath and Acupuncturist charges
Psychiatric treatment

Additional benefits
Optional Extended Cancer Cover

Optional Health Cash Benefits Cover

Fast Track Appointments Service

Working Body Service (for muscle, bone or joint pain)

Saga GP Telephone Consultation Service

Second Opinion Service

Saga Health Information Line

Nursing at home
Ambulance transport

Recuperative care

Major dental cash and
dental injuries benefits

†These benefits have an upper limit on the amount you can claim. For more information about the specific benefits, limits and exclusions, please see each individual Saga HealthPlan below.

*One CT, MRI or PET scan. Unlimited follow-up scans performed within eight months after related, eligible in-patient or day-patient treatment, or a related out-patient surgical procedure.