Whether it’s the freedom to choose when and where to be treated, or the ease of knowing the bill will be taken care of, private medical insurance from AXA allows your client to take control of their healthcare – wherever life takes them.
So, if your client is looking to skip the queues of their local national health service, or simply wants to take the guesswork out of their healthcare costs with a predictable monthly bill, AXA has a plan for them.
Whether your clients are looking to cover a group of employees, or are looking for a personal plan, we can help.
Unlock a world of opportunity with our global cover.
With access to over 1.4 million medical treatment providers, a global health plan will unlock a world of opportunities for your clients’ physical and mental health.
Our global health plans for Hong Kong businesses help employers feel assured there’s someone to support their employees if ever ill health strikes – whether their at home, or working overseas.
We know how important it is for your clients to get healthcare cover that matches their needs, at a price that suits their budget. It’s easy to compare the levels of cover available in our summaries of benefits. Download and share with your clients so together you can pick a plan that’s right for them.
Helping your clients access private healthcare in the Channel Islands and Isle of Man, and mainland UK.
Give your clients the assurance they need with fast access to private local care, and the added benefit of treatment in a UK or European facility, should they need it.
Compare Islands Health Plans cover – from Core to Ultimate - with our summaries of benefits. Download and share with your clients so together you can pick a plan that’s right for them:
To discuss options for your client, get in touch with our team.
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