Health Cash Plan

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Helping you pay for the cost of routine healthcare such as dental check-ups, new glasses or contact lenses, physiotherapy and other treatments.

  • 100% cash back for dental and optical costs, up to £150 per year
  • Up to £2,500 per dental accident, with £10,000 maximum per year and no qualifying period
  • Covers therapy treatments such as physiotherapy, osteopathy and acupuncture
  • Money towards NHS prescriptions and GP expenses
  • 24/7 telephone support for health info and counselling
  • Guaranteed acceptance for UK residents aged 18-65
  • No medical questions
  • Easy to claim
  • This policy is underwritten by Advent Insurance PCC Ltd - UIB Cell
  • What is it?

    Put simply, the Health Cash Plan is an easy, low-cost way to look after your essential medical requirements, including 100% of your money back on dental and optical cover (up to a maximum of £130 benefit each per year). The plan also covers therapy treatments and you'll also get money back towards specialist diagnostic consultation fees.

    With cover at £23.45 per month, a few treatments a year is often all it takes to see the plan pay its way.

    Plus:

    • There are no medical questions
    • Cover for accidents is instant.

    It isn't private medical insurance, but what it will do, is give you cash to cover more routine services, such as a visit to the optician, a dental filling or physio for a sore shoulder. It even pays out £200 for a new baby (a 300-day qualifying period applies). Terms and conditions apply, see policy wording for full exclusions and limitations.

    Rather than relying on savings or a credit card, the health cash plan enables you to claim back some or all the expense.... because those expenses do add up!

    Here's how it works:

     

  • Benefits Table

    Below are the benefits covered by the Health Cash Plan. For full details of benefits, qualifying periods and maximum annual benefits, please read the Policy Wording.

    Type 1 BenefitsCash Plan PaysMaximum Benefit Per YearQualifying Period
    Dental Treatment 100% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner Up to £130 per benefit year 90 days
    Optical Cover 100% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner Up to £130 per benefit year

    Therapies:

    Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Homeopathy

    75% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner Up to £150 per benefit year
    Chiropody & Podiatry

    75% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner

    Up to £100 per benefit year
    Specialist Diagnostic consultation fee 75% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner Up to £300 per benefit year
    Health Screening Benefit

    75% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner

    Up to £150 per benefit year
    Total Maximum Benefit Total benefit claimable across all Type 1 benefits £500 per benefit year
    Type 2 BenefitsCash Plan PaysMaximum Benefit Per YearQualifying Period
    Hospital Inpatient Treatment £30 per night up to a maximum of 20 nights (min 4 consecutive nights) Up to £600 per benefit year 90 days (not applied if accident related)
    Day Case Treatment £20 per day for up to a maximum of 10 days Up to £200 per benefit year 90 days (not applied if accident related)
    New Child Expenses We will pay a benefit of £200 for the birth of each child where you are named as a parent on the birth certificate or adoption certificate for a child under the age of one. 300 days
    Dental Accident 100% of what you have paid to a qualified practitioner for emergency and other treatment following dental injury. Up to £500 per accident and £1,000 per benefit year None
    Total Maximum Benefit Total benefit claimable across all Type 2 benefits £2,500 per benefit year
    Total Maximum Plan Benefit Total benefit claimable across all benefits covered by the plan £3,000 per benefit year
  • Why might I need it?

    This Health Cash Plan is designed to meet the needs of those who wish to have financial help covering the costs of dental or optical expenses, such as check-ups and new prescription glasses and other everyday health expenses.

    Every year you can claim up to the maximum benefit level for each treatment or procedure, subject to the annual maximum total benefits under the plan.

     

  • Policy Docs

    Download policy documentation

    Please read the policy documents carefully. Clicking on the files below will open a new window in which a PDF document will appear. You will need Adobe Reader to see these documents.

    Policy Wording

    Insurance Product Information Document (IPID)

    We do everything we can to ensure we’re giving you the best possible service, whatever your circumstances. If you require additional support and would like to find out more or to request information in a different format, please contact our friendly customer services team on 0345 026 1101.

  • What's a Health Cash Plan?

    A health cash plan is an easy, low-cost way to look after your basic healthcare costs, including dental check-ups, eyesight tests, therapy treatments and even hospital car parking. You pay the bill upfront and then claim back the costs. The amounts you can claim depend on the benefit type and this can be found in the table of benefits.

  • Is it the same as private medical insurance?

    No, this isn't private medical insurance. A health cash plan provides cash benefits for routine healthcare costs e.g. dental treatments, prescription glasses, prescription costs and therapies such as physio and osteopathy.

  • Can anyone get covered?

    You can be covered provided you are aged 18-65 and a UK resident.

    Plus, there are no medical questions to answer - acceptance is guaranteed - and your policy can continue until your 75th birthday as long as you pay the monthly premium.

  • What if I have pre-existing medical conditions?

    Some benefits have a qualifying period of between 30 to 120 days before you are entitled to claim, however following this period all pre-existing medical conditions will be covered. For details regarding the qualification periods, please see the table of benefits.

  • What if I live in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man, can I get cover?

    Cover is only available to residents of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

  • What am I covered for?

    Below are just some of the benefits covered by the Health Cash Plan. 

    What's covered:

    BenefitsCash Plan PaysMaximum Benefit Per YearQualifying Period (from plan start date)
    Dental Cover 100% of what you have paid Up to £150 60 days
    Dental Accident Emergency Cover Up to £2,500 per dental accident Up to £10,000 None
    Optical Cover 100% of what you have paid Up to £150 60 days
    Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Homeopathy 75% of what you have paid Up to £300 90 days
    GP Expenses & Prescriptions 75% of 4 NHS prescriptions 75% of 4 NHS Prescriptions 90 days
    Hospital Inpatient (plus Hospital car parking charges)

    £65 per night for up to 20 days.
    £45 per day for parking.
    Recovery bonus of £400 if you’re an inpatient for more than 7 days

    Up to £2,600 30 days (none for accidents)
    Day Case Treatment £40 per day for up to 10 days Up to £400 30 days (none for accidents)
    Parental Hospital Stay per night (plus Hospital car parking charges)

    £25 per day / night for up to 20 days.
    £10 per day for parking.

    Up to £700 30 days (none for accidents)
    Childbirth Benefit £200 for each child / For twins, £450 for each child No maximum 300 days
    Chiropody & Podiatry 75% of what you have paid Up to £100 90 days
    Specialist consultation fees (including diagnostic tests) 75% of what you have paid Up to £400 90 days
    Health Check/lifestyle assessment benefit 75% of what you have paid Up to £200 90 days

    For a full list of benefits, qualifying periods and maximum annual benefits, please read the Policy Wording.

  • What's not covered?

    You cannot claim for a benefit within the qualification period for that benefit.

    You will not be paid for more than one benefit for the same treatment or hospital stay.

    You cannot claim for treatment required as the result of certain events which are listed as excluded on your policy. Click here to see the full list in the Policy Wording.

  • Are there any waiting periods before benefits can be claimed?

    Some benefits have a waiting period (qualifying period) of between 30 to 120 days before you are entitled to claim. This limitation does not apply if the claim is as the result of an accident for ‘dental’, ‘hospital in-patient’, ‘day patient treatment’ or ‘parental hospital stay’ or using the help lines, which are covered immediately as long as your first premium has been received or your policy has been issued.

  • How much does it cost?

    Use our Instant quote form above to find out how much this cover will cost per month.

  • When does my cover start?

    Cover starts immediately on completion of your application subject to the qualification periods for certain benefits which can be checked on the Schedule of Benefits.

  • When does my cover end?

    The policy and any benefits you may be receiving will end on the earliest of the following:
    • You die;
    • Your policy is due for renewal after you reach the age of 75;
    • You stop permanently residing in the UK;
    • You or we cancel this policy as shown in your policy document; or
    • You stop paying your premiums;
    *NB. You will need to advise us if your circumstances change.

  • Who underwrites this policy?

    This insurance is arranged by Union Income Benefit Holdings Ltd and underwritten by Advent Insurance PCC Ltd - UIB Cell.

  • How do I make a claim?

    We’ve made it simple to claim.

    When you pay for your treatment, make sure to ask for a receipt which includes:

    • A description of the treatment received or the items paid for
    • the date of the treatment
    • the full cost
    • the date the account was paid (you must pay for the treatment before making a claim)

    If we require any further information not requested on the claim form, we will contact you to let you know once we have reviewed it.

    Then send the original or a copy, along with the completed claim form (which you can download here) to:

    Claims Department
    Union Income Benefit
    39/51 Highgate Road
    London
    NW5 1RT

    Telephone: 0800 014 7024 (please note all calls are recorded)

    E-mail: claims@uibuk.com

  • What if I have other insurance?

    If you have another insurance policy in force at the time of a valid claim, which covers you for the same loss or expense, Union Income Benefit Holdings Ltd will still pay you the benefit, however they may seek to recover some or all of the costs from the other insurer.

  • What happens if I take out the cover and then change my mind?

    You can cancel the policy within 14 days of the start date and we will refund any premium paid if no claim has been made. Following this, you may cancel the policy at any time in writing to UniteProtect, 39/51 Highgate Road, London NW5 1RT, by emailing customerservices@uniteprotect.com or by phone on 0343 178 1249 but we will not refund any premium paid.

What is it?

Put simply, the Health Cash Plan is an easy, low-cost way to look after your essential medical requirements, including 100% of your money back on dental and optical cover (up to a maximum of £130 benefit each per year). The plan also covers therapy treatments and you'll also get money back towards specialist diagnostic consultation fees.

With cover at £23.45 per month, a few treatments a year is often all it takes to see the plan pay its way.

Plus:

• There are no medical questions
• Cover for accidents is instant.

It isn't private medical insurance, but what it will do, is give you cash to cover more routine services, such as a visit to the optician, a dental filling or physio for a sore shoulder. It even pays out £200 for a new baby (a 300-day qualifying period applies). Terms and conditions apply, see policy wording for full exclusions and limitations.

Rather than relying on savings or a credit card, the health cash plan enables you to claim back some or all the expense.... because those expenses do add up!

Here's how it works:

 

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Benefits Table

Below are the benefits covered by the Health Cash Plan. For full details of benefits, qualifying periods and maximum annual benefits, please read the Policy Wording.

Type 1 BenefitsCash Plan PaysMaximum Benefit Per YearQualifying Period
Dental Treatment 100% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner Up to £130 per benefit year 90 days
Optical Cover 100% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner Up to £130 per benefit year

Therapies:

Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Homeopathy

75% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner Up to £150 per benefit year
Chiropody & Podiatry

75% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner

Up to £100 per benefit year
Specialist Diagnostic consultation fee 75% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner Up to £300 per benefit year
Health Screening Benefit

75% of what you have paid to the qualified practitioner

Up to £150 per benefit year
Total Maximum Benefit Total benefit claimable across all Type 1 benefits £500 per benefit year
Type 2 BenefitsCash Plan PaysMaximum Benefit Per YearQualifying Period
Hospital Inpatient Treatment £30 per night up to a maximum of 20 nights (min 4 consecutive nights) Up to £600 per benefit year 90 days (not applied if accident related)
Day Case Treatment £20 per day for up to a maximum of 10 days Up to £200 per benefit year 90 days (not applied if accident related)
New Child Expenses We will pay a benefit of £200 for the birth of each child where you are named as a parent on the birth certificate or adoption certificate for a child under the age of one. 300 days
Dental Accident 100% of what you have paid to a qualified practitioner for emergency and other treatment following dental injury. Up to £500 per accident and £1,000 per benefit year None
Total Maximum Benefit Total benefit claimable across all Type 2 benefits £2,500 per benefit year
Total Maximum Plan Benefit Total benefit claimable across all benefits covered by the plan £3,000 per benefit year
Why might I need it?

This Health Cash Plan is designed to meet the needs of those who wish to have financial help covering the costs of dental or optical expenses, such as check-ups and new prescription glasses and other everyday health expenses.

Every year you can claim up to the maximum benefit level for each treatment or procedure, subject to the annual maximum total benefits under the plan.

 

Policy Docs

Download policy documentation

Please read the policy documents carefully. Clicking on the files below will open a new window in which a PDF document will appear. You will need Adobe Reader to see these documents.

Policy Wording

Insurance Product Information Document (IPID)

We do everything we can to ensure we’re giving you the best possible service, whatever your circumstances. If you require additional support and would like to find out more or to request information in a different format, please contact our friendly customer services team on 0345 026 1101.

FAQ
What's a Health Cash Plan?

A health cash plan is an easy, low-cost way to look after your basic healthcare costs, including dental check-ups, eyesight tests, therapy treatments and even hospital car parking. You pay the bill upfront and then claim back the costs. The amounts you can claim depend on the benefit type and this can be found in the table of benefits.

Is it the same as private medical insurance?

No, this isn't private medical insurance. A health cash plan provides cash benefits for routine healthcare costs e.g. dental treatments, prescription glasses, prescription costs and therapies such as physio and osteopathy.

Can anyone get covered?

You can be covered provided you are aged 18-65 and a UK resident.

Plus, there are no medical questions to answer - acceptance is guaranteed - and your policy can continue until your 75th birthday as long as you pay the monthly premium.

What if I have pre-existing medical conditions?

Some benefits have a qualifying period of between 30 to 120 days before you are entitled to claim, however following this period all pre-existing medical conditions will be covered. For details regarding the qualification periods, please see the table of benefits.

What if I live in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man, can I get cover?

Cover is only available to residents of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

What am I covered for?

Below are just some of the benefits covered by the Health Cash Plan. 

What's covered:

BenefitsCash Plan PaysMaximum Benefit Per YearQualifying Period (from plan start date)
Dental Cover 100% of what you have paid Up to £150 60 days
Dental Accident Emergency Cover Up to £2,500 per dental accident Up to £10,000 None
Optical Cover 100% of what you have paid Up to £150 60 days
Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Homeopathy 75% of what you have paid Up to £300 90 days
GP Expenses & Prescriptions 75% of 4 NHS prescriptions 75% of 4 NHS Prescriptions 90 days
Hospital Inpatient (plus Hospital car parking charges)

£65 per night for up to 20 days.
£45 per day for parking.
Recovery bonus of £400 if you’re an inpatient for more than 7 days

Up to £2,600 30 days (none for accidents)
Day Case Treatment £40 per day for up to 10 days Up to £400 30 days (none for accidents)
Parental Hospital Stay per night (plus Hospital car parking charges)

£25 per day / night for up to 20 days.
£10 per day for parking.

Up to £700 30 days (none for accidents)
Childbirth Benefit £200 for each child / For twins, £450 for each child No maximum 300 days
Chiropody & Podiatry 75% of what you have paid Up to £100 90 days
Specialist consultation fees (including diagnostic tests) 75% of what you have paid Up to £400 90 days
Health Check/lifestyle assessment benefit 75% of what you have paid Up to £200 90 days

For a full list of benefits, qualifying periods and maximum annual benefits, please read the Policy Wording.

What's not covered?

You cannot claim for a benefit within the qualification period for that benefit.

You will not be paid for more than one benefit for the same treatment or hospital stay.

You cannot claim for treatment required as the result of certain events which are listed as excluded on your policy. Click here to see the full list in the Policy Wording.

Are there any waiting periods before benefits can be claimed?

Some benefits have a waiting period (qualifying period) of between 30 to 120 days before you are entitled to claim. This limitation does not apply if the claim is as the result of an accident for ‘dental’, ‘hospital in-patient’, ‘day patient treatment’ or ‘parental hospital stay’ or using the help lines, which are covered immediately as long as your first premium has been received or your policy has been issued.

How much does it cost?

Use our Instant quote form above to find out how much this cover will cost per month.

When does my cover start?

Cover starts immediately on completion of your application subject to the qualification periods for certain benefits which can be checked on the Schedule of Benefits.

When does my cover end?

The policy and any benefits you may be receiving will end on the earliest of the following:
• You die;
• Your policy is due for renewal after you reach the age of 75;
• You stop permanently residing in the UK;
• You or we cancel this policy as shown in your policy document; or
• You stop paying your premiums;
*NB. You will need to advise us if your circumstances change.

Who underwrites this policy?

This insurance is arranged by Union Income Benefit Holdings Ltd and underwritten by Advent Insurance PCC Ltd - UIB Cell.

How do I make a claim?

We’ve made it simple to claim.

When you pay for your treatment, make sure to ask for a receipt which includes:

• A description of the treatment received or the items paid for
• the date of the treatment
• the full cost
• the date the account was paid (you must pay for the treatment before making a claim)

If we require any further information not requested on the claim form, we will contact you to let you know once we have reviewed it.

Then send the original or a copy, along with the completed claim form (which you can download here) to:

Claims Department
Union Income Benefit
39/51 Highgate Road
London
NW5 1RT

Telephone: 0800 014 7024 (please note all calls are recorded)

E-mail: claims@uibuk.com

What if I have other insurance?

If you have another insurance policy in force at the time of a valid claim, which covers you for the same loss or expense, Union Income Benefit Holdings Ltd will still pay you the benefit, however they may seek to recover some or all of the costs from the other insurer.

What happens if I take out the cover and then change my mind?

You can cancel the policy within 14 days of the start date and we will refund any premium paid if no claim has been made. Following this, you may cancel the policy at any time in writing to UniteProtect, 39/51 Highgate Road, London NW5 1RT, by emailing customerservices@uniteprotect.com or by phone on 0343 178 1249 but we will not refund any premium paid.