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Wow, we've done it again. Thank you!

Published: 20 Oct 2014

Thank you for voting for us - we are delighted to have been voted Health Insurance Company of the Year at this year’s Health Insurance Awards.

We’d like to say a big thank you to all intermediaries who voted for us - to win this award for the 5th year running is a great honour.

Commenting on winning the award, Mark Noble, Managing Director - Health & Group Risk at Aviva, stated "I am incredibly proud to say that Aviva Health have won Health Insurance Company of the Year for the 5th year running. My continued thanks goes to the intermediaries who have voted for us again this year - we are incredibly grateful".

You can also watch this video to see Mark's thoughts on winning Health Insurance Company of the Year.

This year we have been committed to developing our products and improving our services, and being voted Health Insurance Company of the Year, we hope, is a testament to our efforts. However, this would not have been possible without the fantastic support and feedback from you, our intermediary partners.

Because of your support, we also won the following awards at the HIAs, including:

• Best Group PMI Provider
• Most Innovative New Product for GuideWell
• Best Use of Marketing to Intermediaries

We will continue to work hard for both you and your clients, so please keep supporting us and providing us with your feedback.

If you have any questions about our products and services or would like to find out what we’ve been doing, please speak to your Aviva consultant.


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