Affinity Rescue makes emergency medical evacuation, stabilisation and trauma care available to everyone.
Immediate dispatch of an appropriate road or air ambulance which is staffed by qualified emergency medical care practitioners.
To be used to cover the costs of emergency room stabilisation following an accident or sudden onset of illness that could prove fatal if not attended to.
2x Per annum life-threatening casualty room benefit up to R15 000 per event.
Once off life-threatening casualty benefit up to R5 000 as a result of an accident prior to the commencement date.
Covers your spouse and children for fatal injuries or other life-threatening trauma events requiring immediate emergency services and/or rapid onset of illness that requires immediate stabilisation in a casualty room.
Affinity Rescue’s medical personnel will provide medical assistance telephonically. Paramedics and nurses will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To facilitate hospital admission following an accident or the sudden onset of an illness that could prove fatal if not stabilised immediately. Limited to 1 event per Single Plan and 2 Events per Family Plan per year.
R55 000 per single member
R78 000 per family
When an Insured Person’s death occurs away from their normal place of residence, the deceased will be transported to their place of residence. Within the territorial limits of South Africa.
Affinity Rescue’s Trauma Support Team will provide support and trauma counselling. Telephonic counselling services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Affinity Rescue’s medically trained professionals will provide guidance through a medical crisis. Telephonic guidance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
As a single member you can get covered for R169 per month.
Have a spouse and children? Get family cover for R258 per month.
Affordable life-threatening emergency medical evacuation and rescue services
Affinity Rescue has a national network of highly skilled medical personnel, medical transport services and hospitals including ambulances, medical evacuation helicopters, rapid response and access to casualty rooms.
There is a golden hour between life and death. If you are critically injured, you have less than 60 minutes to survive. You might not die right then; it may be three days or two weeks later — but something has happened in your body that is irreparable.
– Dr R. Adams Cowley
Receiving definitive medical care within this period is vital.
In general, the sooner medical care is administered, the better the outcome for the patient.
Accidents and illness
It is important to know that all emergency medical care needs to be conducted within the shortest possible time, including in the event of a heart attack or stroke.
Right place, right time
To add to the volatile situation of a traumatic event, not all medical facilities can offer the care needed to stabilise or resuscitate a patient often resulting in a time-consuming transfer procedure.
Let us guide you
Rescuing people in emergency situations is what we do. It is our goal to deliver urgent medical care and transport a patient in the quickest possible time to a suitable medical facility.
In cases of severe trauma, complications such as shock and internal bleeding may occur if the patient does not receive the urgent medical care needed. It therefore becomes a priority to transport a patient suffering from severe trauma to medical specialists, most often found at a hospital’s emergency casualty room for immediate emergency medical treatment.
Are you prepared?
If faced with a life-threatening situation or when your loved one needs emergency trauma care and assistance; will you be prepared? Do you know what to do, where to go, who to call?
A single call to 0861 11 77 74 from anywhere in the country connects you to Affinity Rescue’s state of the art contact centre where all calls will connect you to our operators.
If you need us in the event of a medical emergency, they will dispatch emergency response personnel to you.
You can join the Affinity Rescue family for a monthly premium of R169 for a single member or R258 for a family.