Private Medical Insurance (PMI) is designed to meet the cost of providing private medical health care for acute conditions. This will help you to avoid NHS queues and allows you to receive speedy medical treatment in private and comfortable surroundings.
There are two underwriting methods by which an insurance company can offer PMI. These are known as a ‘moratorium’ or ‘fully underwritten’.
With a moratorium scheme, you do not have to provide detailed medical information; however, pre-existing conditions are not covered, unless you have been symptom or treatment free for a period of between generally 3 to 5 years.
With fully underwritten schemes, you are asked a number of medical questions and the insurer will offer cover according to your medical history. This could mean that certain pre-existing conditions will not be covered.
DGS have offices in London, Hertfordshire and the Midlands. We have a dedicated team of Independent Financial Advisers (IFA) and Chartered Financial Planners who can ensure you are receiving the right financial advice and the highest standard of service.
We also hold ‘Chartered Financial Planner’ status. To find out more about what that means for you, click here.
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