Group supplemental health insurance

Financial protection from the unexpected

Accidents, illnesses and other health conditions are unpredictable and can lead to unexpected costs. Our group supplemental health insurance policies help provide financial support  so you can focus on your recovery, not your finances.


What are supplemental health benefits?

Group supplemental health insurance policies provide coverage beyond your traditional medical plan. They provide financial benefits that can help with expenses if you have an accident, are diagnosed with a covered medical condition, or are hospitalized.

What group supplemental health benefits does Symetra offer?


Critical illness insurance

Pays a lump-sum benefit that you can use for anything—from medical bills to child care—after a covered diagnosis.


Accident insurance

Pays benefits that can help with out-of-pocket expenses such as doctor visits, X-rays and physical therapy after an accident.


Hospital indemnity insurance

Helps cover the cost of inpatient hospital and ICU stays, and may include outpatient services for mental health, skilled nursing and substance abuse.


Symetra Health

A supplemental health insurance plan that pays benefits for over 13,000 conditions ranging from moderate and severe to catastrophic.

Next steps

To learn more about the group supplemental health insurance coverage offered by Symetra, contact your benefits representative.


Group benefits are designed to provide benefits at a preselected, fixed dollar amount. They are not a replacement for a major medical policy or other comprehensive coverage and do not satisfy the minimum essential coverage requirements of the Affordable Care Act. Coverage may be subject to exclusions, limitations, reductions and termination of benefit provisions. For costs and complete details, contact your benefits representative.

Group benefits are insured by Symetra Life Insurance Company, 777 108th Ave NE, Suite 1200, Bellevue, WA 98004, and are not available in all U.S states or any U.S. territory.