If you have a health concern and you’ve put off diagnosis or treatment, please don’t delay any longer.
Contact us today, so we can help you keep your health on track.
You may need to be tested for the coronavirus when you go into hospital, depending on the type of treatment you’re having and where you are being treated. The private facility you’re going to will be able to tell you how it will be administered and what to do when you receive the results.
If the private facility decides that you need to be tested for the coronavirus before they can treat you, we’ll pay for your tests.
If you or anyone you live with displays symptoms of the coronavirus, you should let the hospital know and visit NHS 111 online for information and guidance.
Don’t be. Private facilities routinely admit a smaller number of patients so it’s easier to maintain excellent standards of infection control.
Each facility we work with in our network also has extra measures in place to combat the coronavirus, in accordance with clinical governance and best practice issued by Public Health England and Government Medical Advisers.
These safety measures may include:
Take a look at our ‘Answering your questions’ section. Or give us a call.