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Private Medical Schemes

Volume 887: debated on Thursday 6 March 1975

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asked the Minister for the Civil Service which Government Departments give facilities for membership of BUPA or other similar schemes to their officials.

No special facilities are given by Government Departments for membership of BUPA or other similar schemes to their officials other than payment of contributions by deduction from pay, through the British Hospitals Contributory Schemes Association.Contributions to the Civil Service Medical Aid Association, Post Office and Civil Service Sanatorium Society, the Hospital Savings Association and the Hospital Saturday Fund, which have a special or long-standing association with the Civil Service, may also be deducted from pay and are paid direct to those organisations.