LIC Health Plus

LIC Health Plus Table No. 901

LIC Health Plus is a Long Term Unit Linked Health Insurance Plan for You and Your Family.

LIC Health Plus Summary:

Health is a major concern on everybody’s mind these days. With skyrocketing medical expenses, the possibility of any illness leading to hospitalization or surgery is a constant source of anxiety unless the family has actively provided for funds to meet such an eventuality. Most families rarely provide for healthcare, and even if they do, it is grossly inadequate.

LIC Health Plus is a unique long term health insurance plan that combines health insurance covers for the entire family (husband, wife, and the children) – Hospital Cash Benefit (HCB) and
Major Surgical Benefit (MSB) along with a ULIP component (investment in the form of Units) that is specifically designed to meet domiciliary treatment (DTB) related expenses for the insured members.


1. Hospital Cash Benefit (HCB):

A daily benefit is payable in case the insured is hospitalized due to either accidental body injury or sickness. The quantum of benefit depends upon the level of the cover opted. Minimum Initial Daily Benefit (IDB)*# is Rs.250 and Maximum is Rs.2500 And for Spouse/Child the Minimum is Rs.250 and Maximum is Rs.1500.

Note: * The Applicable daily Benefit. The IDB is applicable during the first year of then cover. The daily benefit will increase @5% p.a. simple of the IDB on each policy anniversary until it hits a cap of 1.5 times the initial benefit. The IDB of the spouse cannot exceed the Principal Insured’s IDB; The IDB of the children cannot exceed the spouse’s IDB.

#Initial daily benefit that is payable in respect of stay in non-ICU room or ward. In case the insured is required to stay in the ICU of a hospital, an enhanced rate of daily benefit is payable, which is twice the eligible daily cash benefit.

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2. Major Surgical Benefit (MSB):

In the event of the insured undergoing one of the major surgeries defined by Life Insurance Corporation Of  India, a lump sum benefit (regardless of the actual costs incurred) equivalent to the percentage of the sum assured mentioned against that surgery will be payable on providing proper proof of surgery to the satisfaction of the corporation.

3. Domiciliary Treatment Benefit (DTB):

The Principal Insured can withdraw an amount equivalent to the actual expense he or she has incurred in respect of any domiciliary treatment or to meet the medical expenses incurred over and above the hospital cash/major surgical benefits in respect of either oneself or others insured under the policy.

4. Your Money Grows in Units: (Investment)

The premiums allocated to purchase units will be strictly invested in a Health Plus Fund (Income and Growth – Low Risk).

5. Income Tax Benefit:

Income Tax rebate is available under U/S 80D.

Payment of Premiums:

The regular premium can be paid either in yearly, half-yearly, or monthly (ECS) installments.

Eligibility Conditions and Restrictions for LIC Health Plus:

Minimum Policy Entry – Last Birthday:  Principal and Spouse 18 years, Child 3 months.
Maximum Age – HCB Cover – Last Birthday: Principal and Spouse 18 years, Child 3 months.
Minimum Age – MSB Cover – Last Birthday: 18 years for Principal, Spouse, and Child.
Maximum Entry – Nearer Birthday: Principal and Spouse 55 years, Child 17 years.

Minimum Annual Premium Conditions:

Single Life: 6 times the HCB of the Principal Insured OR Rs.5000 p.a.
Two Lives: The arithmetic sum of 6 times the HCB of PI and 3 times the HCB of the second insured. OR Rs.7500 p.a.
More than two Lives: The arithmetic sum of 6 times the HCB of PI and 3 times the HCB of each of the others insured OR Rs.10,000 p.a.

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The above is the product summary giving the key features of the Health Insurance plan. This is for illustrative purposes only. This does not represent a contract and for details please refer to your policy document.

Update: LIC Health Plus Table No.901 Has Been Discontinued

  1. sivarama krishnan December 27, 2009 at 7:26 pm

    hello sir,
    i have purchased lic health plus policy. my early payable is 10000p.a . my agent is not given me full details about the policy i want to know where they are investing the money and my agent told me that after the end of ten years lic will return one lakh amount to me and then invested amount too .. i dont know clearly pl give me the details

  2. please sugest me about the heath plan of No.901 & 902 what are it’s benefit

  3. I have purchased health plus plan for me(age 43) and my wife (age 38) 1 year before. The pre. amt is 13500/year. LIC alloted me 721 units. I wish to know how much health insurance charges LIC is deducting from my units every month? My agent said nothing. But it is not possible. I wish to know the fact. Pl. email me the answer.

  4. I am having Health plus policy but not received the TPI card

  5. hello sir
    i want to know that. LIC health plus policy is valid in out of India or not? actually i am going for phd in ireland so i need private medical insurance to apply visa. for this i need private medical health insurance. so want to know that it will be working for me or not?


  6. I have taken LIC Health Plus Plan (Table 901) but in the entire document no where mentioned under which section of Income Tax the person get benefit of tax exemption. Please clerify.
    After reading the information on website of LIC it reveals it is U/sec.80 D but why not mention in document.

  7. I am having LIC Health Plus Policy dated 10 Jan 2009. I am having a hole in my Ear, and also the bone in my nose has become bigger. Doctor has adviced me a Surgery in Ear and Nose. So, Will I get the benefit of this policy? Please reply me as soon as possible. Thank You.

  8. I am confusing about LIC’s Health Plus HCB, can i get Rs 2500 (a maximum Hospital cash benefit) HCB only paying 10000.00 annual premium?

    • k satyanarayana murthy August 30, 2013 at 5:26 am

      I am the policy holder health plus table no 901-12 .what are max benefits can i and my wife get when we hospitalized and whether we belong to cashless or cash claimers

  9. good policy

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