Health Shield receives 'Healthcare and Wellbeing Provider' award nomination

Corporate health cash plan provider Health Shield has been nominated for an award at the inaugural Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2013.

The non-profit-making Friendly Society, which aims to provide affordable healthcare support to the widest possible community, has been shortlisted for ‘Healthcare and Wellbeing Provider of the Year’. It will go head to head with other industry players at an awards ceremony in October.

The Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards recognise both employer and provider excellence.

Alternatively for more information about our Health Cash Plans call us on 01270 588 555.

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