AXA PPP healthcare

Healthcare and wellbeing

AXA PPP healthcare offers a range of health insurance policies for individuals and businesses and provides access to a network of over 250 hospitals and almost 400 scanning centres.

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AXA PPP healthcare offers a range of health insurance policies for individuals and businesses and provides access to a network of over 250 hospitals and almost 400 scanning centres.

AXA PPP healthcare, or the London Association for Hospital Services as it was first known, was conceived in 1938 as a health insurance scheme for middle income earners in London. With support from the Royal Medical Colleges, the British Medical Association and the King’s Fund, the company was incorporated in 1940.

AXA PPP healthcare is part of the AXA Group and now supports 1 in 30 people in the UK, either through private healthcare cover or its Employee Assistance Programme.

Its dedicated intermediary website, Amplify, provides access to relevant literature and communications.

  • Private medical insurance (group, international and individual)
  • Employee assistance and wellbeing programmes
  • Psychological health services
  • Occupational health services
  • Critical incident and trauma support
  • Ad-hoc (non-contracted) counselling and support
  • Health cash plans
  • Travel insurance
  • Vocational rehabilitation

Address

AXA PPP healthcare
Phillips House
Crescent Road

Tunbridge Wells
Kent

TN1 2PL

Phone

0800 023 4013 / John Dubois – 0797 483 2653

Website

www.axappphealthcare.co.uk

Our 2016 webinar series is in full swing. We’ve already looked at how having a health and wellbeing strategy is rapidly becoming a corporate ‘must have’, helping you to help your employees now and in the future. Plus, mental health is continuing to be one of the hottest topics for health in business.

But how can you measure the impact that your health and wellbeing strategy has on your organisation? And how can you encourage and support a shift to affecting a positive approach to mental health within your organisation?

Webinar
Realising the value from your wellbeing strategy – Tuesday, 13 September at 11am

We’ve already helped many of our clients become collectively over 10,000 years younger, all by partnering with them to build health and wellbeing strategies that work.

Join our webinar where Dr Chris Tomkins and Tim Bliss show you how.

Click here to register.

Webinar
Creating a positive approach to mental health – Thursday, 15 September at 11am

With one in six workers experiencing some sort of mental health issue, such as depression or anxiety, at any point in time it’s clear to see that building resilience is key to a healthy and engaged workforce.

Join Dr Mark Winwood, Eugene Farrell and Sarah Taylor in our webinar.

Click here to register.