Bupa confirms removal of 25 more BMI hospitals


Bupa has confirmed it is to de-list a further 25 BMI hospitals from 1 January after the two parties failed to agree contract terms for treating Bupa patients.

It means a total of 37 BMI hospitals around the country will not be used by Bupa for treating new patients after the provider previously announced it was to cease using 12 other locations. Bupa reiterated that any clients who were mid-treatment or had been pre-authorised for treatment at the de-listed hospitals would not be affected in any way and that treatment would continue at the same hospital, even if it ran in to 2012. However, from today, clients contacting Bupa requiring treatment in the new year in one of the affected locations will be directed to another hospital. The ins...

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