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Your step-by-step guide to paying for yourself

Everything you need to know about accessing private healthcare by paying for yourself

Your step-by-step guide to paying for yourself

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The benefits of private healthcare

Treatment without the wait and specialist aftercare in a comfortable environment, plus other key benefits

The benefits of private healthcare

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Your BMI experience

Learn more about what to expect from your private healthcare experience with BMI

Your BMI experience

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