UK,
28
November
2019
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14:47
Europe/London

Simplyhealth win ‘Best Health Insurance’ award for the Fifth Year Running

Everyday health plan provider Simplyhealth has been named ‘Best Health Insurance Provider’ for the fifth year running at the 2019/20 Personal Finance Awards. Now in its 22nd year, the Personal Finance Awards have long been recognised as a benchmark for excellence in the UK’s consumer finance market.

Voted for by consumers via The Money Pages, the awards celebrate the best of the UK’s personal finance businesses and products.

Kate Eyre, Head of Marketing (Acquisition) at Simplyhealth, commented; “We’re absolutely delighted to have been named Best Health Insurance Provider at the Personal Finance Awards for the fifth year running.”

“Our core purpose is to support people and their families with their everyday health needs; ensuring they get the best from life, when they need it most. Our customers are at the very heart of our purpose, and that makes this award extra special. Thank you to everyone who voted for us!”

The Personal Finance Awards 2019 took place at the Neo Barbican in London last night, on Wednesday 27th November. The awards were hosted by award-winning comedian and writer Jo Caulfield.

About Simplyhealth

Since 1872 we’ve been helping people access 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.

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 £1.13 million to our charity partners which equates to over 10% of our pre-tax profits. 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