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Securehealth – Options

Tuesday, February 5, 2002.

Type: Private medical insurance.

Minimum-maximum ages: 18-74.

Maximum benefit: No maximum.

Cover provided: Option 1 full inpatient cover, option 2 full inpatient

cover plus outpatient cover up to £1,000, option 3 full inpatient and

outpatient cover. Procedures covered -surgeon and anaesthetist

fees, physician fees, theatre charges, consultants fees,

physiotherapy, diagnostic procedures, MRI/CT scans, radio

chemotherapy, alternative practitioners, drugs, dressings, medicines,

home nursing, private ambulances, parents accompanying children,

psychiatric, pregnancy, pregnancy complications, hormone

replacement therapy, oro-surgical conditions, hospital

accommodation, oncology.

Excess: £100.

Discount: None.

Options: None.

Commission: Initial 40 per cent, renewal 5 per cent.

Tel: 01277 626444.


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