For consumers researching the UK health insurance markets, there are certainly many options available to them. With Bupa being one of the most well-known brands in the global market place it is inevitable that they provide some good options for the consumer market place and should be considered when looking to purchase a new health insurance policy.
To be eligible for consideration for the Bupa By You health insurance policy, the main member to be covered and any dependents must be resident in the UK and have been resident in the UK for at least 6 months before the start date of the policy. They must also be registered continuously with a GP for a period of at least 6 months prior to the start of the policy and be able to provide their full medical records in English.
Bupa by You members must not receive any payments for taking part in a sport.
What is Bupa By You?
Bupa By You is a private medical insurance policy which will cover the cost of eligible medical treatment up to the limits of your chosen cover providing that the treatment is completed by consultants, practitioners and therapists that are recognised by Bupa. If you decide to purchase a Bupa By You policy you are entering into an annual contract regardless of whether you choose to may monthly or annually.
If you want to make any changes to the policy benefits you can request to do so at the renewal of the policy, changes to benefits and cover level are not available mid-term.
The options of cover levels are varied with Comprehensive cover being the highest option available to you. You can choose the level of hospital access you require and the choices include:
- Essential Access
- Extended Choice
- Extended Choice with Central London
The above information has been sourced from https://www.bupa.co.uk/intermediaries/int-individual/int-individual-bby
If you would like to know more about the BUPA By You options you can speak directly to Bupa or to a specialist health insurance intermediary who can provide you with the full details. The Medigest Business Directory can help you find a specialist broker local to you. https://www.medigest.uk/directory/