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Maternity Insurance

Ready to add another member to the family? Make sure you are choosing a quality maternity insurance policy.

Maternity Insurance

Maternity Plans

All expectant mothers should secure maternity insurance. This form of insurance can cover crucial aspects of each cycle of the birthing cycle. Get a free quote today to find out how much you can expect to pay for comprehensive maternity insurance plans.

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Every mother wants what is best for their child, which is why they should secure a maternity plan from Pacific Prime. Coverage includes:

  • Prenatal tests and scans
  • Coverage for both mother and child during labor and delivery
  • Benefits to cover any complications that may arise

Comprehensive plan

What can insurance do for you before conception and after the birth of your baby?

People having difficulties conceiving may want to learn about insurance for fertility treatments, while expectant parents may want to protect their newborn with insurance coverage.


Newborn coverage

Maternity insurance covers a newborn up to 30 days after birth, or until he or she is discharged from the hospital. Secure newborn insurance to cover your baby’s health after they arrive home.

Waiting period

Waiting periods are one of the most crucial aspects of maternity insurance. Since maternity insurance policies do not allow claims to be made against them for a minimum of 10 months after plan purchase, it’s important to purchase a policy in advance.

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