How much do Private GP appointments cost?

How much do Private GP appointments cost?

We have provided below a few examples of the current cost of a private GP appointment from clinics around the UK. These providers are open, honest and up-front about their charges. This makes it easy for a patient to decide whether they can afford a private GP appointment.

Is NOW the time to use your PMI and really help the NHS?

Is NOW the time to use your PMI and really help the NHS?

Private medical insurance (PMI) can really come in to its own at this time when the NHS is under extreme pressure of unprecedented levels. The whole NHS system is doing an outstanding job of coping with an unknown demand and those of us who are fortunate enough to have access to PMI should now look at the help available for non-coronavirus medical conditions.

Are you at risk of getting Gout?

Are you at risk of getting Gout?

Gout is a form of arthritis caused by excess uric acid in the bloodstream. Gout can result in sudden and severe pain in your joints (normally the big toe, fingers, wrists, elbows or knees. It can present with red, hot and swollen skin across the joint that has been affected.

How much does your GP charge for a medical report?

How much does your GP charge for a medical report?

When you have been referred to a specialist for treatment your health insurance provider may require a GP report. This may be needed before you can go ahead with your treatment. The insurer is not being difficult or trying to avoid honouring your claim. They just need more details in relation to your condition and a reason why the referral has been made. Your insurance provider may need clarification as to the first time you had symptoms of the condition too. Did you realise that more often than not, your GP will charge for this service? You can choose to a…

Self-funding your private medical treatment?

Self-funding your private medical treatment?

The above gives you a good guideline of self-funding treatment costs and as you can see, it doesn’t come cheap. This is without looking at the costs of more serious and life threatening conditions. Just imagine the costs for covering heart, cancer and mental health conditions. The self-funding method can soon become unachievable for many people.