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BAYANI Family Care powered by PhilCare is a prepaid healthcare product specifically developed to address the need of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to care for their loved ones back home in the Philippines, especially as they could not be physically present to help in their family’s hour of need. This unique healthcare product covers emergency and scheduled hospitalization for viral and bacterial illnesses and injury treatments and is available in over 500 PhilCare accredited hospitals across the Philippines.
BAYANI Family Care is powered by PhilCare, a Pioneer HMO provider in the Philippines that aspires to make quality health services accessible to everyone through the use of technology.
PhilCare is the first ever HMO to be issued a license by the Insurance Commission and among the first to introduce prepaid healthcare options to Filipinos.
Committed to create products and services that empower their members to achieve an ideal state of health, PhilCare believes that health is not just a quick response to illnesses, but rather, health is a state of overall wellness.
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Over 500 PhilCare accredited hospitals across the Philippines. To find the full list, go here.
Coverage of emergency care and hospitalization for viral and bacterial illnesses, and treatment of injuries resulting from accidents.
The core benefit coverage includes:
An optional extension for medical unlimited outpatient consultations is offered with nationwide access for basic and specialists.
Usage: Unlimited outpatient consultation for one year to PhilCare accredited pediatricians (for children 15 days to 17 years old), family medicine specialists, internal medicine specialist, cardiologists, endocrinologists, nephrologists, pulmonologists, gastroenterologists (for adult) nationwide
Restrictions: Does not include consultation services related to maternity and conditions related to all forms of behavioral disorders, developmental, psychiatric disorder and psychosomatic illness, whether congenital or acquired.