Want private medical treatment, but daunted by the cost? That’s where the Hospital Self-Pay Cash Plan could help. Find out more.
There’s no stress like waiting on a list to receive medical treatment, even when your medical issue is non-urgent. But nevertheless, the issue might be enough to disrupt your lifestyle, or keep you off work.
Your frustration builds and builds, as all you want is to receive treatment so you can get on with your life and get back to normality.
One option is to pay to get treated at a private hospital. However, this could set you back thousands of pounds. Just take a look at this table of self-pay costs as an example:
|REPAIR OF PROLAPSED VAGINA||£5,139|
|SHOULDER ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR||£4,714|
|VARICOSE VEIN TREATMENT||£3,000|
|CARPAL TUNNEL RELEASE||£1,719|
|WISDOM TOOTH REMOVAL||£1,541|
Of course, you could dip into your savings. But having to lose all that money due to a medical issue – money you’ve worked so hard to save – is the last thing you want.
That’s where the Hospital Self-Pay Cash Plan proves invaluable.
The Hospital Self-Pay Cash Plan enables you to benefit from private medical treatment for new conditions at any private hospital or with any consultant in the UK. You pay upfront for the treatment covered by your plan and get reimbursed for the cost.
Although you might have to dip into your savings to cover the initial cost, you have the peace of mind you’ll get money back up to the benefit limit of your chosen level of cover.
Premiums start from as little as £10 per month*. What’s more, the prices remain fixed for each age band. This means that your premiums aren’t affected by the amount of claims you make. Instead you’re free to claim on your plan up to the benefit limit of your chosen level of cover each year.
Here’s a comprehensive overview of the plan’s premiums:
|LEVEL 1||LEVEL 2||LEVEL 3|
|Your age (years)|
*Child cover is available where the main policyholder is over the age of 18.
The premium covers up to four children sharing the same benefit limits.
Quite an affordable price to pay to gain access to private medical treatment, wouldn’t you agree?
*Based on level 1 cover for a 18-29 year old