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Exeter Friendly Society – Shared Care

Type: Budget individual private medical insurance

Minimum-maximum ages: 18 to 80

Minimum premiums: Core package £17.46 a month, option A £13.17
a month, option B £3.21

Maximum benefits: Core package £100,000, Option A £5,000, Option
B £1,500

Cover provided: Core package&#45 inpatient and day patient hospital
charges, inpatient and day patient specialist services, oncology,
cover abroad, hospice donation, GP consultations and medical
information via helpline, Go Private membership. Option A outpatient
benefits &#45 specialist consultations, diagnostic tests, diagnostic
imaging, scans, minor surgical procedures. Option B additional
benefits &#45 complementary therapy such as physiotherapy, osteopathy
and chiropody up to £300 a year, home nursing up to £500 a year,
private ambulance up to £300 a year, heath screens up to £150 a
year, travel allowance up to £50 a year

Excess: None

Options: Choice of 25% or 50% shared payment

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 08080 556575


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