Park Mediclaim Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd. was incorporated in 2001 under the Company’s act 1956 with the main objective to act as a Third Party Administrator in Health Services.
Their main objective is to act as a service provider to the Insurance Companies. The services of the company were widely accepted, acclaimed and appreciated by the PSU Insurance Companies.
Know Your Customer Documents
Know Your Customer (KYC) documents are needed to establish the identity of the policyholder/patient.
- Policyholder’s PAN card or government ID proof
- Patient’s Aadhaar card
- Park Mediclaim TPA card or the policy document
- A cancelled cheque
Generate your Park Mediclaim TPA E-card here.
Hospitalization & Treatment Documents
Submit the following documents in original along with your claim form:
- Duly signed claim form
- Copy of the claim intimation
- Hospital main bill
- Hospital break-up bill
- Hospital bill payment receipt
- Hospital discharge summary
- Pharmacy bill
- Operation theatre notes
- Surgery package breakup if added in the hospital bill
All investigation/lab reports have to be submitted in original on the lab/hospital’s letterhead. The reports have to be backed by the doctor’s request for investigation/prescriptions.
If you do not have all the reports in your possession, you can still go ahead and submit your claim with a cover note listing all the missing reports in a date-wise order. You will then have enough time to get hold of the reports.
Park Mediclaim TPA will raise a query and ask you to submit the missing documents. If you don’t have those reports, the TPA will deduct the amount from the total claim amount.
If you are claiming pre and post-hospitalization expenses, your investigation reports/bills have to be supported with the doctor’s prescriptions.
Accident Details, if Applicable
Document required for accident-related claims
- Medico-legal Certificate (MLC) from the hospital
- An FIR copy if the case had been reported to the policy
In cases of self-injury, write a letter giving details of the accident. The letter is proof that the self-injury is an accident and not an attempt at self-harm.