Specifically, this Aflac Group plan provides a cash payment for hospital admission, confinement or intensive care expenses due to injuries received in a covered accident or because of a covered illness. To receive this benefit, you or your covered beneficiary must be admitted to a hospital within six months of the date of the covered accident or illness. Benefits are paid for stays of up to 365 days. You receive full benefits, even if you have other medical or insurance coverage. You don’t pay a deductible, and the benefits it pays are the same no matter which hospital you use.
Choose from two options, Low and High. The High option pays higher benefits as shown in the list of benefit levels below.
The hospital admission benefit applies once for each covered pregnancy, accident or sickness. Coverage ends on the premium due date that falls on or first follows your 70th birthday or the last day of the month you turn 70.
Complete the claim form or call 800-433-3036 to receive reimbursement for covered medical expenses.
Send your claim form and supporting documentation within 60 days of being admitted to the hospital to:
Hospital Indemnity Processing Unit
P.O. Box 427
Columbia, South Carolina 29202
If you’re not actively at work when coverage is scheduled to become effective, your coverage doesn't take effect until you complete your first day at work. Paid leave and paid vacation are not considered being actively at work.
If you leave the district, your disability plan is convertible, unless you’re a retiree. Other exclusions may apply. For more information about conversion, click here.
For more information, please refer to your certificate of coverage, available here, or contact Aflac Group at 800-433-3036 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays, excluding holidays.
|Rates per pay period|
|Employee + spouse||$4.42|
|Employee + child(ren)||$4.17|
|Employee + family||$6.23|
|Employee + spouse||$8.40|
|Employee + child(ren)||$7.79|
|Employee + family||$11.71|
|check Per hospital admission|
|check Per day per hospital confinement|
|check Hospital intensive care per day per confinement|