Frequently asked questions

  • What is a cash plan?

    A health cash plan offers money back against everyday and unexpected medical conditions from optical and dental through to specialist consultation.

  • What's the difference between a health cash plan and private medical insurance?

    Private medical insurance provides treatment for unexpected and often expensive health issues. A health cash plans help you to budget for your everyday healthcare costs.

    A major difference is the cost - private medical insurance costs hundreds of pounds a year whereas a health cash plan with us costs from as little as £5.20 a month.

    The cost of a health cash plan is not affected by your age, for private medical insurance age is used as a factor for calculating the premium.

  • How do I claim?

    Simply send in a completed claim form along with your receipt to our office and we will process your claim with payment made within 3 to 5 days.

  • Can I claim straightaway?

    You can claim after 13 weeks of membership.

  • Can I cover my family?

    The Orchard Healthcare family health cash plan provides cover for two adults and all dependent children.

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