3 months’ worth of free cover
Right now at Chase Templeton we're able to offer you an amazing deal on Aviva Private Medical Insurance.
People may think private healthcare can be expensive, but with this special offer you'll receive 3 months’ free Aviva health insurance*.
More benefits, less premium
There are many reasons to choose Private Medical Treatment:
- Avoid lengthy NHS waiting lists
- Concerns about MRSA and other ‘superbugs’
- Not satisfied with treatment on the NHS
- Access to expert second opinions.
The resources of the NHS continue to be stretched even with significant government investment, and there can still be long delays before NHS treatment is available.
Having Private Medical Insurance gives you:
- Fast access to medical treatment
- A choice of when and where you would like to be treated
- A private hospital room, often with en suite, TV and Internet facilities
- A choice of Consultant or Private Specialist
- Access to treatments not available on the NHS.
Private treatment can usually be done quickly, consultations and appointments take place at better times to suit you, and recovery from a major operation takes place in a comfortable private en-suite room, which friends and family can visit with few restrictions.
Being an independent broker means that this is just one of the many special deals we have access to.
*Offer details: 3 Months' free only applies to Aviva Health Insurance and is only available to new Aviva clients who pay monthly. Months 1, 2 and 3 will be free and months 4-12 will be paid at the premium you are quoted.
Why choose us?
- Our services are free
- 100% impartial and honest advice
- We search the whole market
- Real people, not machines
What our clients say
“It has been absolutely brilliant. My Account Manager answers all requests very quickly and got us a great deal. I would recommend Chase Templeton to friends without hesitation.” - Mr Healy, London
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