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Private Health Insurance – Like Car Insurance, But For You and Your Family!

Private Health Insurance – Like Car Insurance, But For You and Your Family!

Private health insurance – like car insurance, but cover for you and your family’s health. The family pet, house, car and holidays get insurance cover, so why shouldn’t you and the kids?

Yes, we have a wonderful NHS, but how do you access the latest drugs and treatments not routinely available on the NHS? How do you get fast treatment in your area? Private health insurance!

What is private health insurance?
Private health insurance gives you and your family the peace of mind that comes with knowing you can get fast access to high-quality treatment when you need it, where you want it.

How much does private health insurance cost?
A typical family premium (2 adults in their 40s + 2 children under 10) can vary from £700 to £1,650 per year *. However, some private health providers offer rewards and incentives to help you save money + offset the cost of your cover: gym membership, weekly cinema tickets, flights, cash back, short breaks, discounts etc. So making the most of your health cover privileges can certainly help offset the cost of your cover.

Some care providers offer:

– Fast access to treatment
– Online policy management
– Include maternity cover
– 24/7 health advice
– Corrective surgeries
– Parent Accommodation
– Private Ambulance
– Weight loss surgery
– NHS Hospital Cash Benefit

How do I get a quote?
Shop around online to get familiar with different private health providers offers and incentives – then, and I think most importantly, speak to an independent health insurance specialist. They will take the time to understand your needs, and ensure you have the correct cover for you and your family. Also, they may have access to specialist deals and promotions not available to the public.

Please check the adviser you speak to is independent – not affilaited to any one health insurance company – and is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

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