|The healthcare sector is defrauded of between R4 billion and R13 billion every year. Together, we can counter the risk of fraud, as failure to do so will result in increased contributions.
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|From this year April all child beneficiaries between the ages of 21 and 30 can remain on POLMED as dependants if they meet the requirements that are explained in this article.
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South African Police Service Medical Scheme (POLMED), is a closed medical scheme registered under the Medical Schemes Act (Act 131 of 1998). Only employees of the South African Police Service (SAPS) appointed under the South African Police Service Act (Act 68 of 1995) and their dependants are eligible to be members of POLMED.
The Board of Trustees is entrusted with ensuring the optimal operation of the Scheme to the benefit of the members. The Board of Trustees comprises of seven individuals that are elected and seven that are appointed by the National Commissioner.
The Principal Officer, supported by Scheme Management is responsible for executing the directives of the Board and ensuring that POLMED offers its members an excellent service.