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Private Medical Insurance

CTT

Standard Member
Hi Folks,

Looking for private medical cover for the family. Does any one have experience of the good/bad providers or are they (Bupa, Axa, Norwich Union ...) all much of a muchness.

Thanks,
 
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Dr Diversity

Guest
I have always been with BUPA via the employer then privately then back to the employer now. Always good service at a cost that is scaleable according to your means. Amount you pay varies according to the excess you are prepared to accept.

This needs to be a one-time choice because if you need to change then the new company is unlikely to take on any 'pre-existing' that you got with previous insurers
 

booyaka

Moderator
Currently Norwich Unions new scheme is superb from a pricing point of view and a contract - BUPA have been there or thereabouts for a long time now.

Also check out standard lifes scheme. I would recommend Norwich Union as a great family cover scheme as they offer the youngest child (assuming you have 2 or more) free cover.

Have recommended Norwich Union for the last 3/4 clients that have required PMI. Also recently setup a scheme for company and again used NU. If you require anything further let me know. I am an IFA:rolleyes:
 

la gran siete

Distinguished Member
one , of course , has to remember that premiums go up as one gets older and if you develop a chronic problem that needs a lot of expensive treament they basically stick their rear end at you:nono:
 

CTT

Standard Member
booyaka said:
Currently Norwich Unions new scheme is superb from a pricing point of view and a contract - BUPA have been there or thereabouts for a long time now.
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Which new scheme is this? I am tempted by Norwich Union, but there are several schemes all seemingly very similar.
 

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