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Using your Health Insurance at One Ashford Hospital 

If you have private medical insurance and require treatment or surgery, you should make use of it to benefit from fast access to private care. Tell your GP you have private medical insurance and ask to be referred to One Ashford Hospital.

Your insurer may ask you at what hospital you want to be treated at, and by which Consultant. You can find out more about Consultants available at our hospital here. Most insurers require a referral from a GP in order to authorise your treatment.

One Ashford Hospital are welcomed and recognised by major health insurers.

If you don’t have health insurance, we offer competitively priced self-pay treatments and procedures.


There may be certain items not covered by your insurance company, such as private prescriptions, so you should always contact your insurer regarding their ‘excess payment policy' to check your level of cover.

We will invoice the insurance company for any procedures, tests and diagnostics carried out. For items not covered under your policy, the team at One Ashford will contact you to discuss payment directly.

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Consultant Dermatologist Dr Juber Hafiji will be holding a Dermatology Masterclass discussing various skin conditions, along with diagnosis and treatment
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October 5, 2018
This week we welcome Jo Nolan as the new Hospital Director at One Ashford