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Individual providers

Support for specialists, practitioners and their medical billing agency representatives

Individual providers are:

  • GMC-registered specialists who hold, or have held, a substantive post in the NHS or the Armed Forces
  • practitioners or therapists registered with their relevant professional body

Please read our terms of recognition for more details

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Group practices

Support for specialist, practitioner and therapeutic group practices

Group practices are limited liability partnerships which have agreed (or wish) to offer services to our members based on quality and cost guarantees. This may include treatment at physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic clinics or mental health therapy practicies, or consultations at specialist-led centres

 

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Facilities

Support for hospitals, clinics, scanning centres and other facilities

"Facilities" cover the wide range of clinical centres where our members receive their treatment, and can range from hospitals to walk-in clinics.

   

   

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Latest news

PPR: your experience

This year AXA PPP healthcare is encouraging all providers to register their practice details with the Private Practice Register (www.theppr.org.uk). Benefits include easier communication and referrals for you and smoother transactions for your patients, because we know your details are correct. 

We’re keen to talk to providers about their experience of signing up to PPR. If you’d like to take part (we’ll ask you to talk to us by phone for about 20 minutes), please contact Jane Maltby on makinghealthcarebetter@axa-ppp.co.uk

AXA PPP healthcare at the British Association of Spine Surgeons conference

Sarah Taylor, Head of Specialist Relations at AXA PPP healthcare, will be talking on The future of private spinal surgery during the British Association of Spine Surgeons 

Conference in Brighton, 3 April 2019. Please find out more on http://www.spinesurgeons.ac.uk/event/bass-2019/