Fees and insurance costs


Dr. Hasson is affiliated to a number of health insurance companies:page4_pic1

Aviva           Provider No. 600106496
AXA PPP    Provider number NH00630
BUPA          Provider number 03040922
BUPA International
CIGNA and CIGNA International
CS Healthcare
Exeter Friendly
Healix Health Services
Simply Health
Vitality (Pru Health)

Please note that with effect from 1st August 2015 we will require a credit card number in order to secure all bookings. This may be in addition to your insurance details, and will only be used in the event that no insurance details are provided, no authorisation number is received, or there is an excess or shortfall on your policy payment.

Please note that we MUST have details of your Medical Insurance Company plus policy/authorisation numbers prior to your appointment. Failure to provide these may mean that we are unable to directly invoice the insurance company, and we will have to ask you to self-pay.

New patient consultations (up to 1hr) up to £275
Reviews (up to 30 mins) up to £200*

Should you cancel your appointment with less than 24 hours’ notice, a cancellation fee of up to 25 % of the appointment charge OR an amount of £65 (initial consultation) and £50 (follow-up consultation) may be charged.

*Please note that if additional letters and forms are required at a time after the consultation correspondence is complete, these additional letters will be charged at £40 each.

*Additional or repeat prescriptions will similarly be charged at £20.

 Please note we no longer accept cheques.
Payment can be made either by credit / debit card or by FPS transfer.
Please call the office on 07933 080775 to pay by card.


Dr. Hasson performs joint injections under general anaesthetic at the Portland Hospital and under Entonox sedation at the CMC.

Approximate costs, which may be subject to change are:

> Joint injection of large joint £120 per joint
> Joint injection under x-ray £150 per joint

Please note that full costs may not be met by all insurance companies, and some companies will only pay for one joint, even if more than one is injected.  Shortfalls are payable by patients.

Treatment codes

The following are treatment codes if you need to give these to your insurance company:sickTeddy

> Joint Injection W9040
> Joint injection under x-ray W9030