The turbulent events of recent years, coupled with rising levels of uncertainty, have led to an increasing expectation among the UK workforce that employers are taking steps to support and protect employees’ health.
In the 2022 BUPA Wellbeing Index, health insurance was the third most-wanted employee benefit with 39% of the 8,000 respondents listing it as a priority for them. Private medical insurance (PMI) was also the most used health and wellbeing benefit, with a quarter of respondents accessing it regularly.
Use PMI to get fast access to treatments at Benenden Hospital
With more and more employers focused on supporting employee health, Benenden Hospital is urging South East businesses who offer PMI as a benefit to make their staff aware that they can gain fast access to treatment and services at Kent’s only CQC Outstanding private hospital.
The hospital, based in the tranquil surroundings of the Wealden countryside, is recognised by all major insurance companies such as Aviva, AXA PPP and BUPA, and offers first-class care from dedicated clinical teams for treatments such as:
- Hip and knee replacement surgery
- Cataract surgery and special lenses
- Varicose vein removal
- Diagnostic tests and scans
No waiting lists
With high patient satisfaction rates, treatment by leading and highly respected Consultants and first-class care from dedicated clinical teams, Benenden Hospital ensures employees get the diagnosis and treatment they need fast, with no waiting lists. Whatever level of PMI cover South East businesses offer their staff, the hospital’s services will help them return to work quickly, minimising time off and any potential loss of income through illness.
Encouraging privately insured workforces to select Benenden Hospital as their first choice for treatment will ensure they’re healthier, happier and more productive – and they’ll recognise that their employer is putting their wellbeing firmly at the heart of the business.
Discover how your employees can enjoy fast access to treatment using your group private medical insurance.
Published on 24 April 2023