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Norwich Union Healthcare – Solutions

Tuesday, 1 May 2002

Type: Group private medical insurance

Minimum-maximum ages: 16-none

Minimum group size: 50

Maximum benefit: None

Cover provided: Core cover – hospital charges, specialists&#39 fees,
diagnostic tests, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, specialist
consultations, physiotherapy, chiropractic treatment, osteopathic
treatment, psychiatric treatment, nursing at home, private ambulance,
parent hospital accommodation staying with child, hospice care,
NHS cash benefit, maternity cash benefit, GP helpline, stress
counselling helpline, treatment for abnormal pregnancy and
childbirth, investigation into causes of infertility, oral surgical
procedures, overseas cover. Optional cover – Optical cover, dental
cover, enhanced psychiatric cover, GP referral services benefit,
extended hospital list

Excess: £100 or £200

Discount: None

Options: None

Commission: Initial 7%, renewal 7%, or initial 10%, renewal 5%

Tel: 02380 372277

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