Health insurance typically does not cover the cost of a swimming pool for personal use. Health insurance is designed to provide coverage for medical services, treatments, and supplies that are necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses or injuries. 

Swimming pools are a comfort item and are generally not considered medically necessary. However, there may be some exceptions in certain cases where a swimming pool is prescribed as part of a medical treatment plan for specific conditions such as physical therapy or rehabilitation. In such cases, coverage for a swimming pool may be possible, but it would require a thorough evaluation and approval process by the insurance company. 

It’s important to note that coverage policies can vary significantly between different insurance providers and plans. To determine if a swimming pool is covered under your health insurance, you should review your policy documents or contact your insurance provider directly to inquire about specific coverage details and any possible exceptions. 

We’re committed to providing exceptional support, so please don’t hesitate to reach out to our dedicated Total Benefit Solutions health insurance specialists at (215)-355-2121. We’re here to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.