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Optimum Access

We take a refreshing approach to corporate healthcare. Because we know how important it is to contain costs, we’ve designed an alternative policy that could help you meet a restricted budget. With Optimum Access, you could save up to 70% of the costs associated with a standard Optimum policy.

We haven’t taken away flexibility: you can choose one of three levels of cover with Optimum Access, to give your employees access to private consultations and diagnosis. As an example, you could choose a level of cover that simply provides:

  • Consultations with a specialist and out-patient procedures up to the limits in our fee guidelines
  • Diagnostic tests including pathology, X-rays, CT, MRI and PET scans
  • Physiotherapy, osteopathy, chiropractic and acupuncture treatments – up to 10 sessions combined in total, per person, per policy year, on a GP’s referral
  • Access to our 24 hour GP helpline and our 24 hour stress counselling helpline (stress counselling helpline available to over 16s only)

It’s important to us that you get the right level of cover, to meet your needs as well as your budget. That’s why we ask you to speak to our National Accounts teams, if you’d like to find out more about Optimum Access. Whether you’re looking for an alternative provider and a ‘low cost’ policy, or starting a new benefits scheme with limited budget – we could help. Call us for more details. for National Accounts North, call 0845 300 1530; for National Accounts South, call 0845 300 4451.

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Want to talk about Optimum? Talk to dedicated account teams:

National Accounts - North

0845 300 1530

National Accounts - South

0845 300 4451

Monday to Friday
9.00am - 5.00pm

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