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The Links below provide access to valuable and important information about Profmed, our processes, benefits and other pertinent information. Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to view all PDF files.

Adding a dependant to your medical aid scheme is quick and easy. This form must be submitted to Profmed New Business Department by fax to 012 679 4411 or by e-mail to, together with all the necessary documentation.

Profmed published one of the first integrated reports in the medical scheme industry. This year Profmed has been, and continues to be, one of the forerunners in this regard. The Annual Integrated Report is of the highest quality, both in terms of quality of information and reporting and in that it is pioneering in its reporting on sustainability issues.

Hard copies of the Annual Integrated Report can be obtained from PMSA, 269 Von Willigh Avenue, Block D, Corporate Park 66, Die Hoewes, Centurion and from the client walk-in centre, Profmed Place, 15 Eton Road, Parktown, Johannesburg.

Previous Annual reports:

Profmed medical aid scheme application form must be submitted to either fax 012 679 4439 or e-mailed to, together with all the necessary documentation.

For your convenience, complete the online application.

Authorises Profmed to deduct contributions from your bank account to facilitate ease of payment each month. This form must be submitted to Profmed  contributions by fax to 012 679 4424 or by e-mail to

Assists members in better understanding the benefits offered by Profmed medical aid scheme. It also provides information on how to claim and access benefits, authorisation procedures and other important information.

The rules governing Profmed medical aid scheme. The rules registered with the Council for Medical Schemes supersede the rules contained in this document.

The Profmed medical aid scheme Schedule of Benefits in detail. The Schedule of Benefits provides in-depth information on the benefits available on each option and on how to access these benefits. This document should be read in conjunction with the Information Guide and the rules of the Scheme.