Are Bupa any good?

Are Bupa any good?

Summary. Bupa’s name is synonymous with health insurance and it has an excellent reputation for good reason. It has received over 12,000 reviews on Trustpilot, scoring 4.4 out of 5.0, officially rating it as ‘Excellent’.

Who is Bupa owned by?

British United Provident Association Limited
The company employs approximately 15,610 people, operates in Australia and New Zealand, and is administered from its head office in Melbourne. The company’s ultimate parent is The British United Provident Association Limited, a United Kingdom-based healthcare service provider.

What services does Bupa cover?

At Bupa we’re always looking for more ways to care for you. We offer quality insurance, aged care and a network of dental, optical, hearing and therapy services.

Does Bupa have A&E?

Our policies don’t cover NHS Accident and Emergency (A&E) treatment or treatment at a private urgent care hospital or clinic. If you need emergency treatment, please visit your local NHS emergency services in the usual way or pay for treatment at a private urgent care hospital or clinic.

Is it worth getting private health?

Private health insurance helps people avoid long wait times for non-urgent procedures and lets them access services that Medicare does not cover. But out of pocket costs may be a deterrent for many people to use it to pay for their medical costs.

What is the top Bupa cover?

Up to 70% back at Members First providers# on included Extras, up to yearly limits. For most items at Members First Extras providers covering dental, physio, chiro and podiatry consultations. Yearly limits, waiting periods, fund and policy rules apply.

Is blood test covered by Bupa?

BUPA will reimburse you if you need to visit a doctor, have a blood test, have x-rays or need emergency transport to the hospital in an ambulance. Single, couples and family cover is available, the monthly cost varies based on the duration of cover. View BUPA pricelist and BUPA ADVANTAGE for current rates.

How do I contact Bupa?

011 45 70 20 70 48
Bupa/Customer service

How do I contact Bupa by email?

If you require a pre-authorisation for treatment in the next 24 hours please call us on +44 (0) 1273 323 563. For all other types of query please use our live chat option (through MembersWorld) or email us on [email protected] or [email protected]

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