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Payment options

There are two main ways for patients to access private treatment at BMI Healthcare.

  1. Using private medical insurance – Whether insured privately or via your company, BMI Healthcare works with all the major insures to ensure you are looked after without having to worry about the cost.
  2. Paying for your own treatment – If you don’t have insurance or are not covered for a particular treatment, you can choose to pay for the treatment you need when you need it.

In either case, BMI Healthcare can provide advice and guidance on how to make the payment process as simple as possible.

Other options include cash plan and employer assistance schemes:

  • Cash plans pay out contributions towards hospital treatment. Details of cash plan schemes can be found on the British Health Care Association (BHCA) website, the trade body for the majority of health cash plans and associated plans.
  • Employer assistance schemes are used by employers who recognise that in certain circumstances it is more economical for them to fund private hospital treatment, than to fund your sick pay and pay someone else to do your job, whilst you are awaiting publicly funded hospital treatment.





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