What is covered by private medical insurance?
Exactly what is covered will vary depending on your policy, as it is often an option for you to add ‘extras’ depending on what you need. However, there
are some standard things that are usually included.
Private medical insurance will most likely cover you for receiving medical treatment when you are admitted as an inpatient or outpatient. This includes
scans and any surgical procedures that are deemed necessary.
It may also be possible for you to add radiotherapy and chemotherapy to treat cancer, as well as being able to see a private GP when you need to.
However, the specifics of what is covered can vary depending on the provider. You should be able to build a plan to suit your own needs. Our experts can
help you choose the plan that is right for your requirements and your budget.