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Do you need private health cover?

Private medical insurance is optional insurance which an individual or entire household can get by paying a regular monthly premium, just like with life or house insurance. Naturally, there are many benefits to paying for private medical insurance and below are just some of the reasons you might take into consideration when thinking about getting this form of insurance cover.

Possibly the one of the greatest benefits to having private medical insurance is to not be subject to the lengthy waiting lists that are sadly usual with the NHS. Private medical insurance can provide you peace of mind that if you end up being sick then you will be immediately seen and are assured to obtain the absolute best treatment that is available.

The second large plus to having private medical insurance is the choice that it offers. If you should need an operation then you will have options over the specialist that carries out the operation together with your choice of medical facility. Naturally, you will have a private room which means that visiting hours will not be restricted as they generally are when treated in an NHS facility. You will also enjoy more choice when it comes to meals and you will not have any medical students crowding around your bed, which is often the case on the wards of NHS hospitals.

You will not only avoid the waiting lists related to procedures on the NHS, but also, for minor operations and straightforward treatment you will be seen straight away. There are lots of choices for the type of cover you can have and looking online for the best coverage for you and the least expensive cover is crucial. Nonetheless, in many cases you will get what you pay for and if you want to make savings then taking out limited cover might be your only choice.

There is certainly no shortage of private hospitals around now too, so it’s true to say that whichever part of the country you live in there is probably one within easy travelling distance for you. New private hospitals are still being built all the time, like those being built by One Healthcare - click here

Perhaps the only negative aspects of paying for private medical insurance is that not all possible medical possibilities are covered and the private hospitals might not necessarily have the depth of proficiency that might be found in the NHS.
16.2.19 04:03


Locum Insurance - Why?

Some people might wonder if it is really necessary for a doctor to have specialist locum insurance. The short answer to this is.. Yes. Why? Well, unfortunately it is not uncommon for a GP or dentist to find themselves the subject of a claim made against them by a patient. If a healthcare practitioner does not have some kind of insurance cover to protect them against damages that could be awarded as a result of a claim they risk finding themselves in a situation where such damages are beyond what they can afford to pay. Of course, there are also the legal costs of defending a claim too. These alone can be very high. Insurance policies can cover these sort of costs too.

When every factor is taken into consideration the question really isn't why does a doctor need specialist professional insurance but rather, why would he or she risk practicing without it?
3.7.17 14:40





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