Small business

Leaving your company health insurance scheme

Stay covered for previous and existing medical conditions when you leave your current employer

Maybe you’re leaving your company to set up on your own, in which case you would be eligible for business health insurance cover. Or perhaps you’re retiring.  Whatever your reason for leaving your company, you’ll want to make sure that you’re still protected. 

If you’ve been covered with AXA PPP healthcare on a scheme provided by your employer, you (and any family members covered on the scheme) could qualify for a business or personal plan with the option to continue without further medical underwriting.

Transferring to an AXA PPP healthcare plan is quick, easy and trouble free.  You won’t need to fill in any forms or have any kind of medical examination – we’ll arrange everything over the phone.

Our plans have a number of options including optical, dental and travel benefits.  Remember that the cover offered depends on the plan you choose and the underwriting terms.

Why stay with AXA PPP healthcare?

If your company health insurance scheme was with us, it makes sense to stay with us because:

  • Moving to a small business plan or individual plan can be seamless, with no break in cover.
  • If you’ve made a claim with us we could still continue to cover you for any ongoing treatment subject to the terms and conditions of your new plan.
  • If you moved to another provider, it is unlikely they will offer this continuation of underwriting and could exclude your existing medical conditions.

To take advantage of this benefit, get in touch with us as soon as possible.  We can only offer this for a short amount of time after you leave your employer.

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