Does AXA cover pre existing conditions?

Does AXA cover pre existing conditions?

Insurance is designed to cover new and unforeseen risks. Therefore, most private medical insurance doesn’t cover treatment for conditions you’re already suffering from until after a specified treatment free period. These are known as pre-existing conditions. View our short video on pre-existing conditions.

Does AXA own equitable?

Equitable is the brand name for AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company (NY, NY) and its affiliates. Equitable Advisors is the brand name for AXA Advisors, LLC (Member FINRA, SIPC).

Does AXA cover hair loss?

Increase in wig benefit and head coverings We recognise the need to provide more benefit for customers experiencing hair loss, triggered by cancer treatment. Your clients can now claim up to a limit of £400/€510/$640 for either a wig, or another type of temporary head covering during their treatment.

How long does AXA take to pay out?

If you’re a new customer, we’ll collect your deposit from your bank account within seven working days. If you’re renewing your policy, we’ll collect your deposit from your bank account within seven working days from your renewal date.

Can I withdraw my money from AXA?

For cash or check withdrawals, you may go through our normal withdrawal process via the AXA branches or ask assistance from your financial advisor.

Does AXA cover surgery?

AXA Health Insurance Policy Review Personal Health is AXA Health’s private health insurance plan. It covers treatment for a wide range of conditions and surgery as an in-patient, as well as some out-patient treatment.

Is AXA Equitable legit?

AXA Equitable is the scam business of the investment world.

Does AXA cover C section?

If you need a caesarean delivery because of a medical complication, the costs would be covered from your overall policy allowance, keeping your routine pregnancy and childbirth allowance free for your routine appointments.

Do AXA have hospitals?

As an AXA member, you have access to a national network of Hospitals, day-patient units, scanning centres and other private healthcare facilities. These have been selected following a comprehensive assessment of their quality, value and range of services.

Do you need GP referral for Axa?

You just need an open referral from a GP. This is a referral that doesn’t name the specialist you’ll see. We’ll then book an appointment for you, at a time and a place that suits you best.

How does AXA health work?

Quick access to private health treatment for your employees If someone on your team falls ill, we’ll pay for their private health treatment costs, including overnight stays, nursing care, inpatient and day-patient diagnostic tests and drugs. Cover the cost of outpatient scans, including MRI, CT and PET scans.