The Exeter has launched a new health and wellbeing service in partnership with leading workplace benefits provider, Health Assured.
The new service, called Exeter Assist, offers confidential support and guidance on a wide range of issues, from relationship concerns to worries about debt. It is free to use and is available to The Exeter's full membership.
Members of The Exeter can speak to qualified counsellors over the phone 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and also have access to Health Assured's innovative online portal, which provides health and fitness advice as well as emotional and medical support tools.
The Exeter's Chief Executive Andy Chapman said:"We're proud of the peace of mind that our health and protection insurance policies provide our members, but we know that there are some issues that can't be fixed with physical treatment or benefit payment. Exeter Assist is a pro-active support service that complements and enhances our product range."
Exeter Assist will be offered alongside an existing range of membership benefits, including access to a 24/7 GP Helpline and a Private Prescription Service.
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