Going private at Horder Healthcare might be easier than you think
Are you considering treatment but are unsure about the best way to pay for it?
Horder Healthcare, nationally recognised for its outstanding level of clinical expertise, patient satisfaction and hospital environment, has introduced a finance option to spread the cost of your treatment.
Many of our patients choose to be treated privately for elective procedures, which can range from breast augmentation and abdominoplasty to orthopaedic surgery and ophthalmic treatments. Going private does not necessarily mean that you must have private medical insurance. In fact, many patients prefer to pay for themselves or self-finance.
Self-paying patients at both The Horder Centre and The McIndoe Centre are now able to take out loans that cover all fees, including the consultant, anaesthetist and hospital fees. The loan products include interest-free options, with repayment periods of 6, 10 or 12 months, and interest-bearing loans repayable over 24, 36, 48 and 60 months, currently with an APR of 12.9%.
Elin Richardson, Hospital Director at The Mcindoe Centre, said: “With some of the country’s best surgeons and clinical staff working in our hospitals and clinics, we achieve excellent patient outcomes and outstanding patient satisfaction.
“Private healthcare offers patients quick access to treatments and surgery so they can get back to a full life as soon as possible. To make private healthcare more accessible, we have introduced a finance option that allows patients fast access to treatment with payment options to suit them.”
Patients can submit a loan application form to our finance department, which is passed to the external credit broker, Chrysalis Finance, who will proceed with the application.
To find out the cost of spreading your treatment, access the finance calculator, and complete the loan application form, visit payment plans.
We offer a range of high quality, specialist services led by the very best clinicians and health professionals in their relevant fields.