New health insurer GloHealth to create 150 jobs

Health insurer GloHealth will create 150 jobs within three to four years as the business expands, with 45 of these positions already filled, the company said today.

Health insurer GloHealth will create 150 jobs within three to four years as the business expands, with 45 of these positions already filled, the company said today.

Company boss Jim Dowdall said: “GloHealth is making a promise that everyone will get better value. With GloHealth you can pay less for your cover and get extra benefits tailored to your own particular needs.”

GloHealth has three core plans, named Good, Better and Best. With the Better and Best plans, all children are covered for free until they are three.

The company also unveiled their "hospital cash plans", which provide cash back towards daily health expenses including GP, dental and optical visits, as well cash to cover some hospital expenses.

The plans start from €15 per month for individuals and €20 per month for families and are targeted at those who already have health insurance but want more cover for daily expenses as well as to those who do not have health insurance or can no longer afford it.

GloHealth’s policies are underwritten by Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) PLC, a subsidiary of Munich Re, one of the world’s leading reinsurers which has an annual premium income of around €50bn.

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