AXA PPP healthcare has relaunched its prestige individual private medical insurance plan Premier Plus that will now pay for “any drugs” that a client’s oncologist may wish to use.
New axa medical insurance customers who take out a Premier Plus plan will be covered for any cancer drug, regardless of whether it is licensed, for as long as the oncologist wishes to give it.
The product also includes a number of other features including: a health check every two years for members who are 18 years or over; up to £1,000 for one hearing aid every two years; up to £150 a year for chiropody; up to £15 for an annual eye test; and up to £250 for prescription glasses or contact lenses every two years.
Chris Horlick, sales and marketing director, AXA PPP healthcare, says: “Premier Plus is a distinctive prestige product. The inclusion of exceptional cover for cancer treatment sets this axa medical insurance product apart from conventional plans and takes it to another level.”
Premier Plus allows customers to use any hospital in the UK.
There is a choice of a no claims discount and/or excesses of £100, £200 or £500 to reduce costs.
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