If you are funding your own treatment, then we will usually ask you to pay for any charges on the day of your appointment. We accept all major debit and credit cards. Please remember that any prices quoted are only for the initial outpatient consultation. Any blood tests or scans performed in the hospital will be extra. We will always give you information regarding cost before booking any tests.
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If you are claiming from your health insurance you need to contact them before you come to the hospital they may allocate a claim number/authorisation code for us or a claims form for you to hand over to the consultant for his signature. You may have limits on your policy, or excesses that you need to check first. It is vital that you confirm cover before you commit yourself to the bill. Full insurance details must be given to the hospital registration staff at or before time of treatment for direct settlement. While the hospital will invoice your insurance company, it is your responsibility to ensure that claims are processed promptly. Should insurer decline payment, you will be invoiced for immediate settlement. Mr Varcada is covered by most of the major insurance companies, but you should check with your insurer as to your level of cover so that you are aware of any shortfalls that may be incurred.
If your treatment is guaranteed by an Embassy then they must provide us with their Letter of Guarantee ( LOG ) prior to treatment. The LOG should be on the official letterhead of the Embassy containing the correspondence address, contact name and telephone number. The letter must also state the correct date and description of the consultation and treatment.
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Although you are free to use our website for your own perusal and education, we in no way consider this an established doctor/patient relationship, and therefore are lot legally responsible as such.