Insurance & Referral letter

Insurance

Your GP / specialist may refer you to Mr Rosenfeld or you may self refer. If you are insured please check your policy as some insurance policies require you to have a GP referral.

Mr Rosenfeld is recognised by all of the major insurance companies (including BUPA). You will need to contact your insurer prior to your appointment in order to gain authorisation for treatment. If you can provide your membership number and a relevant case number or pre-authorisation number, accounts can then be submitted directly to your insurer.

If you have trouble gaining authorisation or experience any other problem with your insurance company, please contact my secretary, who may be able to help, on 0845 853 1000.

Patients with non-UK based insurance details will be asked to pay on the day of the appointment.

Letters of guarantee from Embassies and other companies are accepted but must be provided on the day of the appointment. Failure to do so will result in you being charged on the day for your consultation.

Referral letters

Whilst a letter of referral from your GP or other specialist is not essential, it can prove very useful in that it will contain details of your medical history that will help guide the process of diagnosis and treatment.

It is also useful to be able to liaise with your GP on post-surgery aftercare.