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Heart attack and stroke insurance policy


Chartis Direct has launched a new Heart Attack and Stroke insurance policy, which gives cash payouts on diagnosis of either a heart attack or stroke.  There is a choice of cover level, giving £15,000, £25,000 or £50,000 on diagnosis.10-09-2012

 

The policy is designed to cover those who have not previously had medical conditions associated with a higher risk of heart attacks and strokes (such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol).

UK residents aged between 18 and 69 years old are eligible to take out cover.  The policy would not cover anyone who has previously suffered a heart attack or stroke, or been diagnosed with previous conditions, or received treatments associated with heart attacks and strokes, see the policy document for full details. The new policy also offers emotional support and guidance through the Chartis Care Advisory Service provided by RED ARC.  A Personal Nurse Advisor is provided to answer questions or provide practical help such as info on local support groups or rehabilitation. 

To apply for a Heart Attack and Stroke policy go to www.heartattackandstrokecover.co.uk, or call 0800 316 6225 

Heart attack and stroke insurance policy

 

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