When you're hospitalized for an injury or sickness, there will probably be medical expenses and out-of-pocket costs that are not covered by your major medical insurance. Aflac's group supplemental hospital insurance coverage provides cash benefits (unless otherwise assigned), to use as you see fit. The benefits are predetermined and paid regardless of any other insurance you have.

Some Aflac advantages:

  • Pays benefits when they are needed most for things like hospital admission, hospital confinement, emergency room visits, surgery, anesthesia, hospital intensive care, out-of-hospital prescription drugs, and well baby care.
  • Helps enhance and supplement any medical plan.
  • Provides out-of-pocket protection for hospital stays and expenses.

This is for illustrative purposes only. Benefits may not be available in all states for all enrollments.

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You can review all of your plans for coverage below. Please refer to the attached brochure for details on benefits, limitations, and exclusions before applying for coverage.

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    Group Supplemental Hospital Indemnity Insurance

    This insurance coverage provides financial protection to help enhance your current coverage and pays benefits to help with expenses associated with a hospital stay or visit. It helps to provide benefits for things like hospital admission which starts at $250 per admission and a hospital confinement benefit that starts at $150 per day.

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Subscriber(s)Monthly Rates
Employee and Spouse$69.68
Employee and Child(ren)$54.08
Employee, Spouse, and Child(ren)$88.73

Aflac group plans are portable and are available at the same rates, even if you retire or leave the company, as long as the group master policy is in place.

The rates shown above are for illustrative purposes only and do not imply coverage. Please see the accompanying product brochure for complete details, limitations, and exclusions.

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