If you have ÖKK PARENTS, ÖKK will pay a nursing mother’s allowance of 150 Swiss francs after a lactation period of ten weeks. To receive the allowance, you must fill out a nursing mother’s allowance form and obtain confirmation from your doctor, midwife or nursing consultant.
All ÖKK members receive 150 Swiss francs in the basic insurance plan for birth preparation courses with recognised midwives. If you have the supplementary insurance plan ÖKK PARENTS, you will receive 200 Swiss francs in addition.
If you gave birth at the hospital and stayed in bed for one week, ÖKK will contribute to home help if prescribed by a doctor. If you have the ÖKK PARENTS insurance plan, you will receive up to 60 Swiss francs per day with a maximum of 600 Swiss francs. After a home birth or an outpatient birth, ÖKK PARENTS provides up to 60 Swiss francs per day with a maximum of 840 Swiss francs.
If you have at least the ÖKK PARENTS insurance plan, ÖKK will pay an allowance of 150 Swiss francs after a lactation period of ten weeks.
If you take out supplementary insurance without an equivalent previous insurance coverage, a qualifying period of 360 days from the inception of the insurance policy applies. If you had an equivalent coverage with your previous insurer, the qualifying period begins with the conclusion of the insurance contract.