How To Pay Health City


Paying Fees and Terms 

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  1. Payments

We offer a number of ways to help you pay for your services with Health City:

  • Bank transfer is our preferred payment method:

Bank HSBC, Sort Code: 40 07 04,    Account number:71828835. Account name: Enaikidigha Trade            & Investments Ltd (trading as Health City).

Payment reference: Your initials, surname and date you received the service e.g. J.Kane23/06/16.

  • Payment via Insurance Firms:

Therapy, Counselling, Psychology, and some other services can be paid via all health insurance                   firms    including, but not limited to: Standard Life, Cigna, AVIVA, AXA PPP, BUPA International,             Vitality (PruHealth). We require your full names, your address with full post code (if applicable),                 name of your Insurer, your Insurance Policy Number, your Authorisation Number from your                    Insurer, and the number of sessions authorised by your Insurer.

           Note: BUPA UK is only accepted by some of our therapists so contact us

  • Paying by Direct Debit: Clients can set up a direct debit payment using  their bank.
  • Paying with debit or credit card: Clients can pay via Paypal or ‘Go Cardless’. They will charge you a small fee.

Terms and conditions (inclusive of the above)

  1.  Payments for Counselling, therapy and treatment services: All face to face, telephone, email and video based services are paid in advance. This can be via bank transfer or  PayPal. A receipt will be emailed to you.
  2. Travel Fees: Please note that home and school visits requiring our therapist to use a public or private transport will incur an additional travel fee to reflect the therapist’s expenses and time away from the clinic.
  3.  Cancellation policy: Services once booked are to be paid in full  and no refund for cancelled or missed sessions with or without notice.
  4. Waiting rooms: Please note that the waiting rooms in some of our offices or clinics are closed evenings and weekends, so clients will be asked to meet their Counsellors or therapists service deliverer (e.g. therapist) at the exact appointment time.