Spread The Cost Of Your Heart Surgery With BMI Finance Options

The services we offer at The Keyhole Heart Clinic can be the difference between a healthy heart and untreated complications. We offer a range of fixed self-pay packages that cover a range of diagnostic and treatment options. We understand that private heart treatments can be expensive and paying in one lump sum is not always achievable. This is why we have partnered with two BMI Healthcare hospitals to help you spread the cost of your heart surgery in the UK.

BMI Finance Options allow you to spread the hospital costs of your heart treatment over 12 months. If you would like to learn more about these options, please click the button below.

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The BMI Payment Plan Can Spread Your Heart Surgery Cost In The UK

We have partnered with two BMI Healthcare hospitals – The Park Hospital in Nottingham and London Independent Hospital – which offer private diagnostic and surgical services. Both of these locations offer a number of payment options to make your heart treatment more affordable by spreading the cost of your treatment. Whether you want to better understand your heart health with our Cardiovascular Risk package to find out if your chest pain is a cause for concern, or indeed, if you already know that you need heart surgery and you want to pay for keyhole treatment, the BMI Finance Options can spread your heart surgery cost over 12 months to make it more affordable.

How Does The Payment Plan Work?

The simplest way to start is to contact our team using our online enquiry form, or our telephone number, and let them know what your concerns are regarding your heart health. Once we have established your specific needs, we will arrange for one of our doctors to arrange a consultation with you. This consultation can be online (£250) or face to face (£325 to £450) at either The Park Hospital in Nottingham or The London Independent Hospital based upon your preference. The clinical fees are not included in the BMI Payment Options Service unfortunately. Once your doctor has made their assessment, they will make a recommendation. If you wish to be assessed for eligibility for The BMI Finance Option, we will then refer you to the relevant hospital finance team for their advice and help. Unfortunately, we have no ability to influence their decision.

While this payment plan helps you to spread the costs of your hospital fees, it must be noted that it does not cover clinical fees, such as anaesthetist or surgeon fees. Usually, the hospital fees are much higher than the clinical fees, but with the BMI Finance Options, spreading the cost of keyhole heart surgery can alleviate some of the financial stress.

Who Can The BMI Finance Options Help?

If you have been looking at our self-pay packages and are keen to get a diagnosis, you may be able to benefit from the payment plan. Ultimately, the decision to carry your case forward will depend on BMI’s eligibility criteria, which they will check once we refer you. The BMI Finance Options can even cover some of the costs of treatment of a pre-diagnosed condition, such as aortic valve stenosis or mitral valve regurgitation, or coronary artery disease.

Finding the solution to your heart concerns or symptoms is paramount, so we want to provide a way for everyone to get the help that they need. We truly understand that paying for your tests and treatment in one lump sum is not always feasible, but by spreading the payments, reaching a diagnosis becomes attainable.

If you would like to find out more about the BMI Finance Options or you are ready to start your journey towards private keyhole heart surgery, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

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