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Medicash – Reward

Friday, 11 October 2002

Type: Healthcare cash plan

Minimum premium: £1 a week, £4.33 a month

Minimum-maximum ages: 16-65

Maximum benefits: Dental cover £36 up to 75% of cost, optical cover £36 up to 50% of cost, inpatient cover £12 a night up to 50 nights a year, extended hospital stay one claim a year of £20 up to five nights or £40 up to 10 nights, rehabilitation at home one claim a year £40 up to three nights, day case £12 a day for diagnosis, investigation, treatment or surgery, maternity benefit £75 a child after 12 months, consultancy £40 a year up to 50% of cost, physiotherapy, osteopathy, chiropractic, acupuncture, chiropody, homeopathy, reflexology aggregate of £80 a year up to 50% of cost, funeral benefit £250

Deferred period: Six months

Commission: None

Tel: 0151 702 0263

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