J-Care Johari offers a comprehensive and affordable health insurance plan, covering inpatient, and outpatient with as low as 25,000 per annum. With a simple online enrolment process and no health check-ups, protecting your family's health has never been easier.
- Eligibility of main member and spouse is from 18 years to 60 years.
- Eligibility of dependent children is from 0 days (term baby of 38 weeks) up to 18 years.
- Simple online enrolment process.
- No paperwork is required.
- No health check-ups are required.
- Free telemedicine services.
- Covers pre-existing conditions.
Free Maisha Fiti Wellness Program
Robust 24-hour call centre
Covers pre-existing conditions
Free telemedicine services
No health check-ups are required
No paperwork is required
Affordable, comprehensive cover
Simple online enrolment process
We have a standalone cover for children between the ages of 0–17 years, which offers five flexible plans and great benefits. Children between the age of 0–18 have coverage under both J Care and J Care Johari policies, which extends to 25 years old for dependent children.
Yes, Jubilee Health offers coverage for members aged 61 –80 with the option of extending it to 85. The policy has 5 flexible plans to choose from.
Jubilee health offers insurance coverage for individuals, groups and corporate organizations. Our individual health policies depend on the budget and the age of the principal member. For further inquiries please talk to us on 0709094000.
We have four individual health insurance policies, namely, J Senior, J Care Junior, J Care, J Care Johari.
You can use your Jubilee Health cover within 30 days of receiving you membership card.
All Jubilee Health policies are comprehensive and cover a wide variety of illnesses. However, coverage for certain chronic conditions must be clearly stated in your policy document. Additionally, some conditions have a one-year waiting period. These include diabetes, heart conditions, hypertension, cancer, HIV etc. Please check your policy document for illnesses covered and their waiting periods.
These tests have a one-year waiting period, meaning you’ll be able to access them in the second year of your coverage.