In partnership with Bupa, Eduhealth gives you access to exclusive rates on Bupa Private Medical Insurance, through the Bath College Salary Sacrifice Scheme.
With Bupa and Eduhealth working together on your behalf you can take the worry out of getting treated, with the benefits of Bupa Health Insurance for you and your family, paid for monthly through your salary.
Eduhealth have two private healthcare options available for you and your family and our aim is to help you make an informed choice about what is best for you.
Why consider PMI for those in education roles, through Eduhealth?
Private Medical Insurance (also called Health Insurance) is similar to a car warranty, in that you pay a monthly premium which covers you in the case of something going wrong. Your Bupa PMI will be there for you, to help you get back to health following illness or injury.
Our clients tell us that mostly their PMI cover is a safeguard option for the bigger medical conditions and as it works alongside the NHS and they have full access to their services as well this gives them complete peace of mind.
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Healthcare is not just for today or next week it is a long-term commitment, taking care of you and your family.
Here for you 24/7
BupaCare isn’t just for the big stuff, but the little things too. That’s why you can use the Bupa Blue Health app to access health professionals, whenever you need to, for you and your family. Any time, day or night.
See a GP from your living room with the Bupa Blua Health app
Wherever you are in the UK, whatever you want to talk about, the Bupa Blua Health app is available to Bupa customers and will connect you to a GP any time day or night. Saving you time and worry.
Access breakthrough cancer drugs and treatment
If you experience cancer, you won’t just get the support you need. You’ll get access to breakthrough drugs and treatments too. That includes access to any cancer drug in the UK that’s licensed for your condition, even if it isn’t NICE approved or available on the NHS.