Under the partnership, Simplyhealth’s customers will have access to Nuffield’s physiotherapy services available at its 112 fitness and wellbeing clubs and 31 hospitals across the UK.
Simplyhealth said it is continually looking to build strategic partnerships with organisations that can help provide the best service to its customers.
‘We know how busy people are which is why we offer access to healthcare professionals outside of normal work hours to make it easier for them to look after themselves and prevent minor health problems from developing into something more,’ said Catherine Rutland, clinical director at Simplyhealth. ‘Our partnership with Nuffield Health has enabled us to expand our offering to include a wide range of physiotherapy services, while retaining the high quality of service that our customers expect.’
Kevin Thomson, corporate healthcare director at Nuffield, said: ‘Through partnerships, like this with Simplyhealth, we are able to broaden our access and reach more customers so we are excited about working with Simplyhealth in the future to help their customers’ lead healthy lives.’
Simplyhealth specialises in providing healthcare plans, dental plans and elder care to individuals, businesses and dentists, the latter through its dental payment plans, Denplan.
In September Simplyhealth announced a revamp of Denplan, rebranding it to ‘Denplan, Part of Simplyhealth’, as well as the departure of its managing director, Caroline Coleman, amid the company’s evolving strategy.