With our partners ActiveQuote Health we can help you compare health insurance quotes tailored to meet your budget and needs.
A health insurance policy can give you access to a private consultant at a hospital of your choice and at a time that suits you or your family.
You can avoid lengthy NHS queues and receive treatment at a private hospital, recovering in your own en-suite room.
Simply choose when you’d like your cover to start and provide a few personal details about you and anyone else you want covered, including their age and whether they smoke.
You’ll need to enter your postcode and give us an idea of your budget so that we can return quotes based on your requirements and location.
It’s vital that you provide accurate information throughout – inaccuracies may invalidate your policy in the event of a claim.
Did you know…?
- As of August 2013 there were 2.9 million people on NHS England waiting lists
When you reach the results page you’ll be able to compare policies in detail from insurers including AXA PPP, Aviva, Simply Health, PruHealth and many more.
You can compare information on the features and benefits of each policy.
The key facts of each policy can be found on the results page as well as background information on the insurer to help you make a decision with confidence.
Subject to your circumstances, you’ll either have the opportunity to purchase online or be given a number to speak to the insurance provider about your chosen product.
For further information you can talk to one of ActiveQuote’s team of product specialists for free, impartial advice that can help you find the right policy suited to your budget and needs.
If you’d prefer to do your own research, try our health insurance guides, where you’ll also find the answers to frequently asked questions.
The guides can help you with questions such as whether you need health insurance, what it will cost, factors affecting premium prices, what is and isn’t covered, and common exclusions.
Learn more about whether prices can alter in the course of a policy, medical history declarations, moratoriums, and cover if you’re disabled.
You can also read about areas such as out-patient treatment, in-patient treatment, day-patient treatment, pre-existing conditions and excesses.