Covering all your policy queries & concerns
We understand that businesses and individuals will always have questions about the service provided by Nugent Santé, so we’ve put together a list of FAQs in order for you to get an idea of how we work with different scenarios.
We are all about ensuring peace of mind for our clients by finding the best insurance policy for their needs, so please get in touch if you cannot find an answer to your question on this page or throughout the website.
What if I have an insurance broker in place already?
Are you happy with your current insurance broker?
Is your current insurance broker carrying out a full independent market review each year?
Is your current insurance broker looking after all of your administrative requirements?
If the answer to any of the above questions is ‘No’ then why not let Nugent Santé help? What have you got to lose?
If you appoint Nugent Santé as your insurance adviser, we will replace your existing broker. Let us compare the advice you have been given already free oif charge so that you can be sure your cover suits your needs and demands.
Does the service you provide cost me anything?
No. The service provided by Nugent Santé is completely free of charge. We do not charge any fees. We are simply remunerated from the insurance company directly and this does not affect the premiums quoted by the insurer.
Am I tied into a contract with Nugent Santé?
Not at all. Clients are able to ‘opt out’ of using Nugent Santé at any point they wish.
What do I need to do in order for you to review my existing medical insurance policy?
Reviewing an existing arrangement is very easy. Simply complete and sign a letter of appointment to register Nugent Santé as the servicing agent of your policy and can also look after all of your administrative tasks.
We will then liaise with the insurer and obtain the relevant policy information that we need to carry out a market review.
I don’t have much time to deal with the review, how simple is it?
It is easy! Once we have received your signed letter of appointment, this will be registered with the insurer as soon as possible. As long as we receive all of the information that we need to carry out a market review and your renewal terms are available, we will endeavour to have a full market review report back to you within 7 working days.
What happens at next year's renewal date?
Should you encounter any problems mid-year, you can simply give us a call and we will assist you accordingly.
Once your renewal terms are available to us (usually six to eight weeks prior to the renewal date for a group scheme, or approximately four weeks prior to the renewal date for an individual policy), we will carry out a further market review exercise.
This ensures that the premium our clients are paying is always the most competitive for their needs and requirements.
Do you have access to my private medical records?
Being bound by the Data Protection Act, we do not have any access to your medical records unless you explicitly require us to do so, and provide written authority.
What if we have a lot of current and ongoing medical conditions?
We will always establish the facts of your medical history before we provide advice to you. We help clients with ongoing medical insurance in the same way as those who have none.
The insurer has told me I cannot get a discount or a better price, how can you help?
Some insurers may not offer a discount at the renewal date of a policy. However, as Nugent Santé are fully independent, we will address the whole of the medical insurance market place on our client’s behalf.
This means that we can provide market feedback to insurers and do our best to negotiate the cost with your current insurer.
What happens if I don’t want to change my current provider?
If you are happy with your current insurer then you do not have to change. We will of course provide you with information from alternative insurance providers and make recommendations based on the terms offered and, more importantly, your needs as our customer.
Are there any hidden costs?
No – not at all.