Square Health has agreed a deal with Royal London to provide doctor and nurse screening services for the insurer.

Square Health is part of the Doctors Chambers group of companies. Founded in 1994 by Dr Bippon Vinayak, the group provides Square Health with access to over 5,000 medical specialists across the UK.

Square Health offers a range of health screening services to insurers including a virtual GP service, health MOTs, psychiatric, osteopath and chiropractor services.

Commenting on the deal with Royal London, Vinayak said:We are delighted to be working with Royal London. We understand the responsibility that Royal London has given us in looking after their customers and protecting their brand. We will deliver to them the best health screening in the market by our unique combination of technology, customer service and medical expertise.”

Debbie Kennedy, group head of protection strategy at Royal London, said Square Health matches its commitment to delivering great customer service.

She commented: “Their experience supported by innovative technology will make it easier for our advisers and customers to buy protection. We look forward to working with them.”

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