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Fees and Payment

Insurance Patients

GI Doctors are recognised and accepted by all major insurers. Using your health insurance to cover the costs of your consultation and treatment is easy. Coverage of treatment will differ across insurance providers so we recommend that you check the terms and conditions of your policy with your insurer to check you are sufficiently covered before any treatment. The insurance company will confirm your cover and advise you on how to make a claim.

Referral

The next step is to visit your GP and ask for a referral. At the time, ensure to tell them you have private medical insurance and you want to be referred to GI Doctors. If you are not registered with a GP, we have a solution as we can provide you with a list of private GP’s who work closely with the GI Doctors and are available 7 days a week. For more information or for help in making an appointment with a private GP please call our team on 0203 9076579 or e-mail us at enquiries@gidoctors.co.uk

Initial Consultation

During your initial consultation, your doctor will advise you of their recommended treatment following their diagnosis. It will then be necessary for you to call your insurance company back to authorise payment for your ongoing treatment. They will provide an authorisation code to accompany your case file.

Payment

To make your life easier, we request our invoices are paid direct by your insurance company. If on occasion, your specialist sends you the invoice, you simply need to forward this to your insurer for payment. For any questions, please contact our helpful team.

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