25th November 2019

theguardian
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What is the private health insurance?

0. Private medical insurance (PMI), also known as private health insurance, allows you to pay for private medical care if you would rather not wait for treatment on the NHS. Some policies allow you to choose when, where and by which specialist you are treated.

What is a private insurance policy?

Private health insurance cover is generally divided into hospital cover, general treatment cover (also known as ancillary or extras cover) and ambulance cover. Ambulance cover may be available separately, combined with other policies, or in some cases is covered by your state government.
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