Integrated Shield Plan:  Access to more panel specialists and limit your co-payment to S$3,000

Integrated Shield Plan:  Access to more panel specialists and limit your co-payment to S$3,000

Wider choices for private medical specialists’ care

As our GREAT SupremeHealth customer, you have access to one of the largest panels of medical specialists from over 25 different specialties to provide you with greater assurance of continuity of medical care.

From April 2022 onwards, you can also select specialist doctors or medical service providers from our approved list of extended panel providers when you require medical attention.

An extended panel provider is a specialist doctor or medical service provider that has been approved by us and that meets other criteria. You may access the list of approved main and extended panel providers on our Health Connect webpage here

Post-Hospitalisation coverage period of 365 days

By seeking treatment from our approved main and/or extended panel providers or at a restructured hospital, you’ll enjoy an extension on the coverage period of post-hospitalisation treatment from 180 days from the date of discharge to 365 days1 from the date of discharge. This will help relieve and support your recovery financially.

Assurance of S$3,000* co-payment cap

Your co-payment is capped at S$3,000* per period of insurance for planned hospitalisation, surgery and/or treatment provided by our approved main and/or extended panel providers or at a restructured hospital, if you are insured under both GREAT SupremeHealth and GREAT TotalCare.

Certainty of what your policy covers against your hospital bill

For many, hospitalisation and medical surgery can be planned ahead of time. Exclusively for our GREAT SupremeHealth customers, you can get your medical expenses pre-authorised by us even before your treatment so that you can focus on a speedy recovery.

You may request for a certificate of pre-authorisation via the following ways:

Greater peace of mind with a certificate of pre-authorisation:

Certainty of eligible medical expenses – know what is covered before your treatment

  • Cash deposit not required upon hospital admission and discharge2
  • Hassle-free discharge as we will settle the eligible medical expenses2 directly with the hospital 

Alternatively, you can speak to your Financial Representative or contact us to find out more.

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*Applicable for lives insured under both GREAT SupremeHealth and GREAT TotalCare. Co-payment is capped at S$3,000 per period of insurance on eligible bills incurred from planned hospitalisation, surgery and/or treatment when they seek treatment from our approved main and/or extended panel provider or at a restructured hospital.

1 Applicable for lives insured under GREAT SupremeHealth P Plus, A Plus or B Plus. The post-hospitalisation treatment must be (i) provided by or prescribed by the admitting and/or main treating specialist doctor, who is an approved main and/or extended panel provider that had ordered for the hospitalisation of the life assured; or (ii) provided at a restructured hospital.

2Payment for non-eligible medical expenses and self-pay components such as co-payment, pro-ration etc. may still be required.

GREAT TotalCare is not a MediSave-approved Integrated Shield plan and premiums are not payable using MediSave.

GREAT TotalCare is designed to complement the benefits offered under GREAT SupremeHealth.

This advertisement has not been reviewed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

The above is for general information only. It is not a contract of insurance. The precise terms and conditions of this insurance plan are specified in the policy contract.

These policies are protected under the Policy Owners’ Protection Scheme which is administered by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC). Coverage for your policy is 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 us or visit the Life Insurance Association (LIA) or SDIC websites ( or

Information correct as at 1 April 2022.