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Western Provident Association – Professional Health

Type:
Individual private medical insurance for members of professional occupations

Minimum-maximum ages:
18-65

Minimum premiums:
£1.65 a month,
£18.77 a year

Maximum benefits:
Standard cover no maximum, worldwide option up to £250,000 a year. dental option up to £31,250, cash plan benefits level one
up to £705 a year, level two £1,410 a year, therapy option up to
£1,000 a year

Cover provided:
Standard cover, outpatient benefits, therapy, worldwide cover,
dental cover, cash plan benefits

Excess:
25% of claim subject to a maximum of £1,000,
£3,000 or £5,000 a year

Commission:
Initial 35%,
renewal 5%

Tel: 0800 783 0 784

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