When something happens to our little one, usually we go straight to the emergency room. The thing with babies is that they can’t communicate with us what’s wrong. Toddlers and little kids, on the other hand, are prone to get little accidents like cuts and wounds since they’re still developing their motor skills. They love exploring and testing out what they can do as little humans.
For us, parents, we of course worry a lot! But we can’t stop them from discovering the world around. Last 2017, I didn’t expect that we would be at the emergency room for Zeeka, my daughter, a couple of times. Each time that we went to the ER, she had to stay in the emergency room overnight. Our bill at St. Luke’s Makati was always close to Php 10k or a little above ten thousand pesos. I would have loved to have the Maxicare EReady card two years ago!
I’m sure you’ve seen the ads about this product, but I’d like to tell you more about the Maxicare EReady card. The reason being is that a lot of moms (since I posted that I’m a Maxicare Agent and you can get these cards from me!) were asking me more about the product.
Maxicare has released Maxicare Prepaid Cards — these are the cards that you can buy at affordable rates. It’s more affordable than regular plans since each card covers a specific need.
What is the Maxicare EReady Card?
The Maxicare EReady card can be used when you rush to the Emergency room. It has a one-time coverage of Php 15,0000 from illnesses or injuries that arises from medical-related emergency conditions. And do you know how much each card costs?
The Maxicare EReady Titanium (No access to the 6 Major Hospitals: Asian Hospital, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Makati Medical Center, St. Luke’s Medical Center-Quezon City, St. Luke’s Medical Center-Taguig, The Medical City) is only at Php 699 per card. Card Validity is up to one (1) year upon activation.
The Maxicare EReady Platinum (Has access to the 6 Major Hospitals: Asian Hospital, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Makati Medical Center, St. Luke’s Medical Center-Quezon City, St. Luke’s Medical Center-Taguig, The Medical City) is only at Php 899 per card. Card Validity is up to one (1) year upon activation.
Who is Maxicare EReady card for?
Maxicare EReady card can be used by individuals from 15 days old (babies) to 65 years old. When you purchase each card, it has to be registered to a person in order for it to be activated. It cannot be transferable once activated. The card is one time availment but you can only register and use up to two EReady cards in a year.
In our family, all of us have one Maxicare EReady Platinum each! We also gave one EReady Platinum to our helper. These EReady cards are the perfect gift for loved ones, inaanaks (godchildren), to your workmates and staff, etc.
Some companies like Dezynspace have already ordered cards from me to give as company prizes!
Where can you use the Maxicare EReady?
You can have Nationwide ER or emergency room access to all Maxicare affiliated hospitals. Member can avail in one accredited hospital only.
What is the coverage of Maxicare EReady?
It can be used for the following:
- Doctor’s Services for Emergency Treatment
- Emergency Room Fees
- Medicines used for immediate relief and during treatment
- Oxygen, IV fluids, whole blood and human blood products
- Dressings, casts, sutures
- X-ray, laboratory and diagnostic exams
But wait, there’s more! You should keep your card, because you can avail of these:
- 20% discount on selected Metro Dental services. (www.metrodental.com.ph)
- 15% discount on selected MyHealth services. (www.myhealth.ph)
- With Group Life with Accidental Death, Dismemberment and Disablement (ADD&D) coverage up to Php 50,000.00
- Free consultation with Maxicare affiliated doctors on the Teleconsult hotline at (02) 8582-1980
I’m convinced! How do I get a card?
Here are the steps to shop online at http://shop.maxicare.com.ph
If you are from Metro Manila, you can also send me a message so that I can have the cards shipped to you or sent to your office. Please take care of shipping cost. 🙂
How do I activate my Maxicare EReady card?
Well, you’re in luck because I also created a video for this. Please watch this!
So if you want to be ready for any emergencies, check out the Maxicare EReady Card!