Denplan scoops dental benefits provider for tenth year at Health Insurance & Protection Awards 2019
Denplan, part of Simplyhealth, has been named Best Dental Benefits provider at last night’s Health Insurance & Protection Awards 2019.
Denplan, part Simplyhealth, was announced as the category winner for the tenth consecutive year at an awards ceremony in London hosted by presenter Claudia Winkleman along with comedian, actor and writer, Hal Cruttenden.
To win this award for ten years in a row is a fantastic achievement, we are thrilled. Our purpose is to help improve access to healthcare and our Denplan payment plans support people with their dental health and wellbeing. The awards are voted for by intermediaries, it’s just great to know how much they value our Denplan proposition. Thank you to everyone who voted for us.
Since 1872 we’ve been helping people get healthcare through our health plans, charity partnerships and by being a voice in healthcare.
Today we’re delighted to be the UK’s leading provider of health plans, dental plans and pet health plans, which help individuals, families, employees and pets to get support with their health when they need it.
Our health plans enable businesses to look after their employees, and make it easy for people to maintain their health and wellbeing, so they can look after business.
We offer two types of preventative health plans:
- Optimise: our health plan, covering a range of treatments including visits to the optician, dentist, 24/7 GP services and more
- Denplan: our dental plan, covering all clinically necessary treatments, routine examinations, hygiene treatments, plus cover for accidents and emergencies
We don’t have shareholders which means we are totally focused on making sure no one goes without the healthcare support they need, and why we are passionate about being a voice in healthcare and partnering with charities to reduce health inequality.
Last year we donated £900,000 to our charity partners. Additionally, our partnership with the Simplyhealth Great Run Series raised over £40 million for charitable causes.
To find out more visit www.simplyhealth.co.uk/businesses