Finance for Heart Surgery

When it comes to heart surgery, we appreciate that the immediate urgency for treatment can be made even more stressful if you are having to fund the treatment yourself. To ensure our patients can access the high-quality surgery they need as and when they need it, we are pleased to introduce our patients to the team at Kandoo who can offer a selection of heart surgery finance options, enabling you to spread the cost of your treatment rather than having to pay a large sum in advance. Loans range from £500 to £50,000 spread over 1 to 7 years.

Kandoo are a regulated credit broker who will search to find you the best heart surgery finance plan that’s right for you. To get started and request finance for heart surgery, you can complete a simple form online. Once you have submitted your application, Kandoo will review your request and if successful, the money will be paid directly into your account in just 48 hours. If Kandoo require any further information from you to assess your application, they will get in touch and aim to resolve the matter as soon as possible and help you on your way.

The Keyhole Heart Clinic has developed this relationship in response to the enormous demand received from patients, and we do not receive any fees from Kandoo.

If you would like to be considered for financing, simply complete the form on our website and the team at Kandoo will do the rest.

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