Government health insurance provided through your state employee group health plan or the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program may not cover all healthcare expenses for a critical illness like cancer.
The average annual medical costs for newly diagnosed cancer patients under age 65 is $21,222▼. This doesn’t include living expenses, such as mortgage or rent that may cause additional financial burden if you’re unable to work.
The Employee Services Division of Globe Life offers a supplemental Cash Benefit Cancer Plan that may help offset healthcare expenses not covered under your government medical insurance, pay for transportation and lodging for treatment, meet costs of living needs, or be used for any purpose.
Our cancer insurance policy lets you select coverage amounts ranging from $10,000 to $50,000. Upon written satisfactory proof of first diagnosis of a covered cancer, the policy pays you a one-time cash benefit of the full benefit amount selected*.
Contact a local Agent to get more information on supplementing your government health insurance with ESD's supplemental cancer insurance policy.
*Additional policy exclusions and limitations may apply.
**This is only a brief description of our cancer policy CANLS. Additional policy exclusions and limitations may apply. Plans and benefits may vary by state.
▼Source: American Cancer Society, Cancer Treatment and Survivorship Facts and Figures, 2014-2015.