Paying for Yourself
Get affordable pay-as-you-go healthcare from Nuffield Health
You don’t need health insurance to benefit from the advantages of private healthcare. With pay-as-you-go healthcare from Nuffield Health, you can get the treatment you need, when you need it.
Pay-as-you-go makes private healthcare far more accessible. A simple, one-off payment covers everything, with no hidden extras. You may also be eligible for interest-free credit (subject to status), so you can spread the cost without paying more.
At Nuffield Health we support you every step of the way with expert, consultant-led treatment and compassionate care. All the continuing follow-up care you need is included in the price you pay, for as long as you need it.**
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Your Nuffield Health Hospital treatment price is fixed and includes everything you need,
so there are no hidden surprises
It’s really important when looking at the price of treatment to ensure your quote is fully inclusive of all the care you need, just like ours. Not every provider will give you an all-inclusive price and you may be presented later with unexpected extra charges.
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How do I pay?
Pay for yourself
You can pay for your own treatment directly. You may choose to apply for a personal medical loan (available subject to status)
Private medical insurance
If you have private medical insurance, we can liaise with your provider
Getting treated on the NHS
Some treatments may be available via referral from the NHS
* Not including private patient units at NHS hospitals. Local area defined as within 15 miles of the Nuffield Health hospital. We will match against written quotes only.
**Where possible, we promise to assist you to receive any follow up advice, treatment or care that is clinically required from your Consultant for as long as you may require it. If a prosthesis is used as part of your treatment this is guaranteed for the manufacturer’s official lifetime of that prosthesis. “Clinically required” indicates where further intervention and/or monitoring of a patient’s condition is deemed necessary as a direct result of surgical intervention.