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JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED!


HOW A PRIVATE REFERRAL WILL BENEFIT YOUR PATIENT


Each year at BMI Healthcare, the UK’s largest private healthcare provider with 59 hospitals and clinics nationwide, we treat over 1.5 million outpatients and 276,000 inpatients. Over 850,000 of these patients use their private medical insurance.


Our patient satisfaction rates are extremely high – our most recent feedback survey showed 98.2% rate our overall quality of care as very good or excellent, and 99% said they would recommend us to family and friends.*


So what makes for such high patient satisfaction? Here are some of the key benefits to your patient of going private:


n Fast, accurate diagnosis and access to treatment. Your patient can be seen by a specialist consultant within 24 hours of booking an appointment.


n Consultant-led treatment. A consultant specialist with a minimum of 7 years’ experience in their field, will lead your patient’s entire treatment plan, working closing within an MDT.


n Personalised care. Your patient will receive a tailored treatment plan and an enhanced recovery


programme that will provide the best possible outcome for them.


n Wrap-around care. Our full pathway includes diagnostics, pathology and treatment right through to your patient’s physiotherapy, take home drugs and aftercare, giving them and you the reassurance needed.


n Best possible outcomes. We can help your patient get better quicker. For example the national average number of patient physiotherapy sessions required is 4-6. Ours is 3.2.


n Convenience. Appointment times are made to suit your patient. We work around their diary to ensure as little disruption to their life as possible.


n Facilities. Our rooms include en- suite bathrooms, tailored menus and free wi-fi. Your patient can be assured of a calm and dignified experience.


n It can also benefit your patients without PMI. By referring your insured patients to BMI Healthcare, you will be helping to relieve the pressure on the NHS, freeing up beds for those who do not have an alternative option.


Private medical insurance often covers more than you may think, from consultations and diagnostic tests, to complex procedures and cancer care, and in most cases, your patients will be able to choose their preferred hospital and even their Consultant. So if your patient has their own private medical insurance or they are covered through their employer, help give them the choice, enabling them to benefit from private healthcare.


For more information about our services, your local BMI Healthcare hospital, or to make a referral please call on 0800 096 2658 or visit bmihealthcare.co.uk/ hp-referring


Free download guides on how to access private healthcare are available for your patients bmihealthcare.co.uk/ use-your-pmi


If your patient does not have PMI they can still access private healthcare by choosing to pay for themselves. With competitive package prices and the BMI Card*


, a unique interest free


credit card, private healthcare may be more affordable than they think.


*Based on a sample of 92,588 patients completing a questionnaire during the period January 2015 to December 2015. Questionnaires analysed by Quality Health Ltd, an independent survey provider.


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