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Western Provident Association – Enterprise Smart Start

Type:
Group private medical insurance plan

Minimum-maximum ages: 1
8-65

Minimum premium:
£220.02 a year

Minimum group size:
Three

Maximum benefit:
No maximum

Cover provided:
Inpatient and day patient cover for hospital treatment, specialists&#39 fees, diagnostic scans. Diagnostic tests, cancer care, outpatient treatment for cancer care, surgical procedures and pre-admission tests, parent and child cover, prostheses, out of pocket expense, post-hospital recovery bonus

Excess:
25% of claim subject to a maximum of £250 a year

Discount:
45% in first two years

Options:
None

Commission:
Initial 10%,
renewal 10%

Tel:0800 7830784

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