If you’re planning a trip to Bluegrass Country, you’re probably going to be spending a lot of money.
There’s just one catch: it’s going to cost a lot more.
If you plan to visit Bluegrass Park, you may be surprised to learn that it’s only £1.50 a head.
But what exactly is it?
The Bluegrass Care guide, by Bluegrass UK, gives you a detailed breakdown of what each doctor in the Bluegrass community offers to cover you for your trip to see a GP.
This includes the cost of the GP visit, how much it will cost and what the average price is for a GP visit in each area.
This is a good place to start if you’re interested in getting the most out of your trip. Read more If you want to find out if Bluegrass is a great place to visit, there’s an app you can download that lets you compare prices for GP visits across the UK.
Bluegrass UK also has a website where you can learn more about Bluegrass.
If your doctor is the only doctor you have in your area, there is an app for that too.
But what if you’ve already booked a GP trip?
If that’s you, you might be able to save a few pounds by taking a look at BluegrassCare.
This guide provides an easy-to-use online calculator to help you see if there’s a GP you can visit that will cover you at a lower cost than the other doctors.
If it’s more of a one-off visit, you can get an email reminder that you’ll be reimbursed for your travel.
And if you don’t want to have to pay for your GP visit anyway, there are some other savings on the way to a GP appointment.
There are some Bluegrass GP appointments that can cost less than a trip into Bluegrass: The annual annual exam fee of £7.50 is waived for most GP appointments, and a GP checkup at the GP clinic will cost £6.50.
For more information on Bluegrass, check out BlueGrassUK.com.