KIMS Hospital is the largest independent hospital in Kent providing prompt, safe, quality care for our patients. Our state-of-the-art facilities and innovative technology support a wide range of specialist services to patients with private medical insurance.
We are approved by all major medical insurance companies. If you have a personal medical insurance policy or your company provide it for you, you can use it to pay for your treatment and surgery as well as diagnostics, scans and physiotherapy.
With no waiting lists, as an insured patient you can access prompt care at a time that suits you.
To arrange your treatment with us just follow the 3 steps below.
It is important to contact your insurance provider to make sure that your possible treatment is covered by your policy and obtain an authorisation code.
Your provider will be able to discuss your policy with you and help you understand if there are any limits or excesses on your policy you need to be aware of.
We will always be happy to speak to your insurer on your behalf should you have any issues when discussing your policy and obtaining your authorisation code from them.
Most treatments will require a referral from your GP and it may be a condition of your policy to do so. All you will need to do is ask your GP to refer you to a consultant that practises at KIMS Hospital. They will write a referral letter and send it to us on your behalf.
Once you have asked your GP for a referral and you have your authorisation code, you can contact our team to book your appointment at a time to suit you.
We work with leading consultants and dedicated nursing teams to ensure you will get the right diagnosis and treatment. Make sure you keep your insurance provider up to date with any treatment options you discuss with your consultant.
They will be able to advise you as to whether your policy covers all the treatments, diagnostics or scans you may require.
To book your appointment, call our team on 01622 237 727 or fill out the form below and we will get back to you shortly.