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CIGNA Private Medical Insurance- What you need to know:

Updated: Dec 9, 2020

CIGNA Insurance- What you need to know:

Prior to attending your appointment you must contact CIGNA for a pre-authorisation number and also determine how much your policy excess is set at. You can call CIGNA on 01475 788463. Existing CIGNA members can click through to there login here or email:

Please note that medical devices such as orthotics and supplemental medication are not covered by CIGNA.

Checklist - prior to attending your consultation at Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic you will need to :

  • Ensure that you gain a pre authorisation number from CIGNA

  • You may require a GP referral prior to attending

  • You will need to pay your policy excess direct to Deva Podiatry

  • Contact CIGNA if you are in any doubt regarding your policy coverage prior to attending your Podiatry consultation

  • Deva Podiatry can bill CIGNA directly for you if we are provided with the appropriate information. Please speak to your podiatrist at your consultation

Understand how much your excess is on your policy and what fees are covered by your policy and advise the clinic accordingly In most cases you will pay for your consultation and then claim back your fees with the appropiate submission of an invoice.

CIGNA Procedure codes for podiatrists:

CIGNA initial consultation: No code required

CIGNA follow up consultation: No code required

CIGNA nail surgery: S7010

CIGNA injection: W9030

CIGNA Local Anaesthetic: AC100

Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic, Chester, Sarah Webber, CIGNA provider number 217508

Disclaimer: All information provided is correct as at December 1st 2020.Information is deemed as contact details and reclaim procedures in respect of policies issued by CIGNA to their clients. Deva Podiatry are not a client of CIGNA. Deva Podiatry Foot Health Clinic are registered with the HCPC under registration no: CH32605 and via Healthcode through registration with the Private Practice Register for the purpose of transacting Private Health Insurance Authorised payments. It is the duty of the insured to ensure that their policy is valid for the purpose of utilising it for podiatry treatment.

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