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I'm the architect of the SMRA.

Check out our plan designs below.

Please, feel free to reach out to us with all your questions.

We're more than happy to help in any way we can:)

Prescription Drugs: 

Paramedical: 

Hospital Room: 

Custom Foot Orthotics:

Orthopedic Shoes:

Ambulance

Air Ambulance:

Private Duty Nursing:

Hearing Aids: 

Wheelchairs & Beds:

Oxygen Equipment:

Medical Equipment:

Breast Prosthesis:

Blood Pressure Mon.

Diabetic / Ostomy

Artificial Prosthesis:

Accidental Dental:

Eye Exams / Glasses: 

Travel

Dental: 

 

 

Age Banding:

Single:

Couple:

Family:

$7,500@100%

$500/profession

90 days

$300/2yrs

$300/yr

Unlimited

$4000/yr

$10,000/yr

$800/4yrs

$10,000/5yrs

Covered

$500/yr

$500/2yrs

1/5yrs

Covered

$10,000/life

$2,000/yr

$400/2yrs

60 days/trip

$1,500/yr

Basic@100%

Major@50%

None

$245.16

$487.94

$563.49

$5,000@80%

$500/profession

90 days

$300 /2yrs

$300/yr

Unlimited

$4,000/yr

$10,000/yr

$800/4yrs

$10,000/5yrs

Covered

$500/yr

$500/2yrs

1/5 yrs

Covered

$10,000/life

$2,000/yr

$100/2yrs

60 days/trip

$1,500/yr

Basic@80%

Major@50%

None

$199.65

$397.35

$458.87

$3,500@80%

$300/profession

90 days

$300 /2yrs

$300/yr

Unlimited

$4000/yr

$10,000/yr

$500/4yrs

$10,000/5yrs

Covered

$500/yr

$500/2yrs

1/5yrs

Covered

$10,000/life

$2,000/yr

$100/2yrs

60 days/trip

None

$136.60

$271.88

$313.97

$1,000@80%

$150/profession

90 days

$300 /2yrs

$300/yr

Unlimited

$4000/yr

$2,500/yr

$500/4yrs

$5,000/5yrs

Covered

$500/yr

$500/2yrs

1/5yrs

Covered

$10,000/life

$2,000/yr

$100/2yrs

15 days/trip

None

$111.47

$221.85

$256.20

Additional Considerations:

Private Duty Nursing:          Lifetime max of $80,000.

Prescription Drugs:              $5 dispensing fee cap on prescriptions. 

Eye Exams / Glasses:           Vision includes glasses on the premier plan only.

Ambulance:                          Stars air ambulance is subsidised in Saskatchewan. Flights are a flat rate of $465.

Age Banding:                       When your premiums increase due to age. This is in addition to all other factors that contribute to premium                                                                increases. Factors which include rising drug costs,   usage rates, demographics, administrative requirements,                                                                shareholder pressures, etc.

 

Disclaimer:   The information provided on this document is intended for information purposes only and is not intended to replace professional advice. This document does not include all benefit coverages and could include inaccuracies. We do not warrant the accuracy, completeness , quality, adequacy, or content. Such information is provided "as is" without warranty or condition of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, without limitation. Last updated Jan 1,2021. E&O E.