Get that partner to your HMO — AXA Health Care Access — through Metrobank

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — The pandemic has taught us not only to prepare contingencies for as many emergencies as possible. It also brought to light that we need to augment the benefits we get from our Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) beyond what our employers can aid us with.

Moreso, if you are a freelancer or an entrepreneur who needs additional health protection.

We have to think ahead so our loved ones would not suffer the burden of hospital and health-related expenses.

Great thing that Metrobank partnered with AXA in offering Health Care Access, a full health coverage that ensures comprehensive care and special arrangements for you and your family.

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Powered by AXA, Metrobank offers two plans with five Annual Benefit Limits each, ranging from ₱500,000 to ₱5 million.

The first option is Health Care Access Prime. This is a comprehensive plan that includes inpatient, outpatient, and emergency care; Longevity Health Fund; life and accident insurance; and annual physical exam and dental care. It is the top-of-the-line iteration of Health Care Access package.

The other option is Health Care Access Lite. This is best suited to supplement employees' existing HMO. Health Care Access Lite includes inpatient and emergency care; Longevity Health Fund; and life and accident insurance. Think of this as a supplement to your HMO.

Whichever plan you choose, Health Care Access ensures you and your family's health needs are covered. This includes getting medical coverage beyond 76 years of age; hospitalization and tests for pandemic-related diseases; and 24/7 teleconsultation, anytime, anywhere. You can also get a discount when you include at least one family member.

Have that peace of mind now as we navigate this new normal. Book an appointment with an AXA Financial Executive using the promo code MBHEALTH2022. If you book on or before May 15, you get a free one-time teleconsultation. Visit