BMI Healthcare was formed in 1970 has 59 hospitals and clinics in the UK and they cover 115 specialities and services.
When you are looking for private health treatment, there is a good chance you have access to a BMI Healthcare hospital within an hour’s journey from your home.
If you have never had private healthcare treatment before, you may wonder how you can pay for your treatment if you do not have a private medical insurance policy in place and BMI Healthcare have options available to you.
If you want fast access to treatment and have available funds, you could choose to pay for the treatment directly yourself. Appointments can be arranged at a time convenient to you and BMI Healthcare offer fixed price packages and include a 6 months aftercare package*.
*Terms and conditions apply
The BMI Card
The BMI Card is a unique credit card that allows you to spread the cost of your healthcare treatment.
- Each transaction qualifies for 12 months’ interest-free credit.
- Credit limit up to £20,000 (subject to eligibility).
- No annual charge, membership fee or deposit required.
- Valid at any BMI Healthcare hospital or facility for a period of two years from start date.
- Make affordable, interest-free payments for the first 12 months (£25 or 5% of your outstanding balance shown on the BMI Card statement – whichever is greater).
- After 12 months, pay the outstanding balance in full or continue with flexible monthly payments – interest charged at representative APR 9.9% variable
If you have a private medical insurance policy in place it provides you with peace of mind when you need medical treatment. Ensure you tell your GP that you have private medical insurance in place if you need a referral and they will then be able to refer you to a private specialist at a hospital or clinic such as one of the BMI Healthcare facilities. Private Medical Insurance treatment does require pre-authorisation so remember to call your provider to check that the treatment is eligible for cover and the hospital or consultant you want to use are covered by your insurance policy.
Information sourced from: https://www.bmihealthcare.co.uk/