Jump NHS waiting list – go abroad and get a refund from NHS. Is it possible? – Yes, it is! No more need to wait in an NHS queue or check your position in NHS waiting lists! You can jump NHS waiting list go abroad and Medrefund LTD will make sure that the NHS pay for your treatment – go abroad and jump NHS waiting list. Did you know that if you have an injury or are on an NHS waiting list then you could go abroad for treatment and the NHS would pay for your treatment in private clinic abroad?
If you live in the UK you can jump the NHS waiting list
If you live in the United Kingdom, you may retrieve the money you have spent on health care services received in Europe. MedRefund LTD helps the residents of the United Kingdom to complete all formalities to plan and retrieve money spent on medical services received in countries of the European Union (EU).
In accordance with the legislation of the United Kingdom, every person legally residing in this country has the right to choose a medical services provider not only in the UK but in any other EU country as well. When receiving treatment outside the United Kingdom, its residents have the right to retrieve the money spent on healthcare.
The residents of UK may get planned treatment abroad, eventually, jump NHS waiting list as well, and retrieve funds from NHS – in the same amount that the National Health Service (NHS) would pay to hospital for a specific service in the United Kingdom. In Europe, the prices of medical services are usually lower than in the United Kingdom even in private healthcare facilities.
How to speed up the NHS waiting list?
Understanding that it may be complicated to complete all the necessary formalities with no outside help. Over a period of years, cooperation between the private clinics abroad and the Medrefund has evolved into a fruitful and reliable relationship – patients who have cooperated with Medrefund LTD have at least partially regained the money paid for services received abroad.
Recently NHS is experiencing hard times and long waiting lists for various treatments, including melanoma treatment, prostate cancer treatment with Cyberknife, orthopaedic operations, and IVF treatment.
How to access NHS refunded treatment abroad
There are two ways you can access refund for treatment abroad. Depending on your financial situation and medical condition we can suggest undergoing one or the other way. Generally, there are no exceptions besides treatments for cancer that we always suggest to apply before you go abroad. Please remember plastic surgeries are not usually funded by NHS and this means NHS will not refund plastic surgeries that are not medically justified. You can check with your GP if the treatment you would like to have would be offered by the NHS if you want we can check it for you.
Apply for NHS permission before you travel
We usually would suggest applying before you go abroad because in this situation we would be able to guarantee you refund and would e able to tell you how much would be refunded as in some situations you will have to cover the difference. In order to apply for permission, we will ask you for a medical report or letter confirming your condition, diagnose and treatment you require. If you are placed on the NHS waiting list you should receive this letter by post, if you do not have it, you can ask your GP to issue it.
Applying for NHS refund after treatment
In some situations, we suggest to our clients to undergo surgery first. Usually, those are situations when a person is let down by NHS so much that medical condition has deteriorated to the level when pain is unbearable and the person wants to return to normal life. So if you had treatment already or you do not wish to wait we probably be able to help you to ger refund after treatment. And even if we will not be able to get a refund it will not cost you anything as Medrefund is working on no win no fee bases.
NHS allows you to bypass the NHS queue for routine surgery, by reimbursing costs of treatment, if you receive private treatment abroad. Just fill in the form and see if you can access refund for surgery abroad.
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