Student insurance

Student Accident Insurance

All Brummana High School (BHS) students are insured 24 hours a day, from 21 September until 20 September of the following year, should they have an accident in Lebanon and require any subsequent medical treatment.

The personal accident insurance, with SNA, covers up to $3,000 medical expenses resulting from an accident, up to $20,000 in case of accidental death, and up to $20,000 for permanent disability resulting from accident. It does not cover the cost of medicines, apart from during hospitalisation.

During school hours parents will be notified immediately if their child needs hospital treatment. Parents are encouraged to be with their child at such times to reassure them. Also, in some cases parental consent is necessary for medical procedures.

Each student has an insurance card (which is also a school ID card). In case of an accident, the insurance/BHS ID card should be presented at the emergency room of any participating hospital covered by SNA together with the student’s Identity Card or papers. If the insurance/BHS ID card is not available, please contact the school’s medical department to obtain a copy until a replacement is issued.

Please note that any cards unclaimed by the end of November will be sent to the BHS Sick Bay where they will be available for collection.

Any lost insurance/BHS ID cards will be replaced at a charge of $10 to cover the administrative cost.