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NUHC reaches three quarter of a million customers

Norwich Union Healthcare is celebrating a milestone as it announces it has 750,000 customers with private medical insurance and income protection cover.

The provider attributes the growth it has enjoyed to success in the corporate market, successfully targeting of first-time buyers of PMI and a restructuring of its intermediary support services.

Of the customers, 619,000 have taken out a PMI policy while the rest have IP cover.

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