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Donating through private healthcare insurance

If you have private health insurance you may be able to claim through your policy and contribute towards our care at no cost to you.

Our care

Birmingham Hospice supports people right from the point of diagnosis in the best place for them – at our hospice, in the community, or in their own homes, wherever home may be. Our services include Inpatient Units, Living Well Centres, Community Palliative Care, Hospice at Home, Therapies and Wellbeing. Our expert teams provide patient-centred care, and partner with GPs, district nursing teams and other healthcare professionals to ensure care is coordinated for a person’s individual needs.

All of our services are free of charge.

We are committed to improving the quality of life for people living with a terminal diagnosis, as well as supporting their families and loved ones during some of their most challenging moments.

Support us through your private healthcare plan

Each year, we need to raise £5.5 million through fundraising activity and voluntary donations to cover the costs of running our charity. That’s £1,250,015 per month or £41,096 per day. If you have private health insurance you may be able to claim and help us to keep providing care to others.

If you have healthcare insurance you have taken out privately or through your employer and are being supported by any of our services, please consider sharing your details with us through the below form, so that we can approach your insurer. We can then ask them for a potential donation to help fund the costs of your care and to contribute towards funding future care at Birmingham Hospice. There is no extra cost to you for this.

Once we’ve received your details, we will contact your insurer and request a donation in appreciation of the care provided by our hospice teams.

The amount Birmingham Hospice receives depends on your policy type and insurer, some policies specifically exclude hospice care. We will inform you of your insurance company’s response and the outcome either way.

Hayley Kerrigan, Health Care Assistant, and Tony Deakin, who was cared for in our Inpatient Unit.

Complete the below form to share your details with us