If you are covered by private health insurance we will need the details of your insurer, including their authorisation code, when you make your appointment. Invoices will be sent directly to your insurance company for settlement within a few days of your consultation.
If you require surgery you will need to tell your insurance company the date of the proposed procedure. You will also need to give them the procedure code (OPCS code) and, possibly, the name of the proposed anaesthetist which our secretary will be able to tell you when you arrange a date for surgery. Once you have passed it on to your insurer, they will provide you with an authorisation code. We need to know this code before we can book you in for admission to hospital.
If you are paying for your procedure with medical insurance you need to liaise closely with your insurer throughout your treatment to ascertain all costs are covered by your policy.
There are many health insurance companies, each with different policies and levels of cover so it is worth checking exactly what you are covered for.
It is important to be aware that any shortfall in cover would need to be paid by you. We will give you a written estimate of our fees so you are aware of any shortfall before your surgery.
If you require surgery and are not insured, we can arrange a Fixed Price Package which is a guaranteed price tailored to your treatment so that you know exactly what it will cost. The price includes surgical pre-assessment, surgeon and anaesthetist fees, all hospital costs and a post-operative consultation.
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