EBP Product Summary

DNIR is proud to service an even more extensive customer base by offering the Essential Benefits Plan (EBP). The EBP is the minimal level of health insurance cover under Dubai Health Authority (DHA) mandatory medical insurance scheme, allocated for Dubai residents. The coverage provides essential and high-quality healthcare services to employees, non-working dependents, including elderly parents and even domestic workers.

EBP Basic Plan

(Under Company Visa / Domestic Helper)
An extensive insurance plan that protects individuals whose visa is sponsored by their employer and is earning a monthly income of AED 4,000 and below. You also must have a valid Dubai residence visa. Basic Plan starts from:

Annual Premium
Age Band
Per person premium (AED)
LSB Employees
18 years and above
AED 535/-
Domestic Workers
18 years and above
AED 535/-
*Premium given is excluding PSP Charges & VAT

EBP Dependent Plan

An extensive insurance plan that protects individuals who are not earning an income and whose visa is sponsored by their immediate family member. You also must have a valid Dubai residence visa. Dependent Plan starts from:

Annual Premium for Dependents
Dependent
Age band
Per person premium (AED) starts from
Child Dependent
From 0 to 17 years
AED 805/-
Other Dependent
From 18 to 59 years
AED 805/-
Female-Spouse Dependent
From 18 to 45 years
AED 1,857/-
Elderly Dependent
From 60 years and above
AED 6,630/-
*Premium given is excluding PSP Charges & VAT

Documents Required

  • Sponsor’s passport copy with residence Visa
  • Insured person’s Residence Visa, Passport and Emirates ID
  • If visa and Emirates ID are not available, E-visa and Emirates ID Application form to be submitted
  • Medical Application Form* duly filled and signed

Your health is our top priority

Our dedicated contact team will get back to you in case of any additional requirements within 2 working days from the date of submission of your application for insurance. In case of any queries kindly email us on contactcenter@dnirc.com or call our hotline number 600 5 80000 for more information.