Injection Payment Advice

You will be liable to pay for three separate charges; hospital fee, surgeon fees and the anaesthetist fee.

Patients who have medical insurance (e.g. BUPA) are advised to contact their insurer to get authorisation for any treatment prior to admission. It is the patient’s / representative’s responsibility to verify with the insurer that the condition to be treated is covered by their insurance. Any shortfalls in benefit are the patient’s or their representative’s responsibility. Should any sponsorship or guarantee fail, or insurance claim be declined in whole or in part, the patient will be required to pay the outstanding balance in full.

If you do not hold medical insurance, we will give you a fully-inclusive estimation of cost for your treatment prior to you agreeing to anything going forward. Payment, should you choose to go ahead with treatment, will then need to be made on or before you are admitted to the Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth. Any extras, such as extra tests, procedures, equipment, or extended stay will be billed to your account, payable before you are checked out.

 

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