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21st Century Health Plans – Hospital Advantage Plan

Thursday, November 1, 2001.

Type: Private medical insurance.

Minimum-maximum ages: From birth-64.

Maximum benefit: No maximum.

Cover provided: In patient and day patient treatment – hospital accommodation charges, drugs, dressings, theatre charges, consultants and specialist fees, diagnostic tests, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, psychiatric treatment, out patient – consultations with a consultant or specialist, diagnostic tests, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, physiotherapy, additional benefits – patient accommodation when staying with a child, nursing at home, private ambulance, NHS cash benefit.

Excess: None.

Discount: None.

Options: None.

Commission: Initial 25 per cent, renewal 5 per cent.

Tel: 020 7628 6688.


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