Premier bags 2 awards at Ghana Insurance Awards
Premier Health Insurance Company has picked up two awards at the second edition of the Ghana Insurance Awards ceremony held at the Kempinski Hotel.
The company picked up the coveted Brand of the Year award for excellence in service delivery to clients in the year under review.
It is the second successive time Premier Health Insurance is picking up the Brand of the Year Award even though it came from different organizers.
In the 2019 edition, Premier picked up the Brand of the Year category during the Ghana Pharma Awards held at the same venue.
“Winning a back-to-back Brand of the Year Award in the Private Health Insurance category is enough testimony that Premier is doing something right and we will not rest on our oars,” CEO of Premier Health Insurance, Percy Ansah Asare, said on the sidelines of the Awards ceremony.
“Our brand exists to serve our clients and to make health care delivery a lesser headache to all, especially to the less privileged in the society,” he added.
On the night which saw the best in the Insurance industry lining up for honours, Premier Health Insurance Company also picked up the CSR Award for the year.
This is for its mammoth Corporate Social Responsibility activities it undertook within the community it operates in and the support it gave the vulnerable groups and other religious organizations.
The Ghana Insurance Awards is an annual ceremony to uphold standards in the insurance industry and to celebrate excellence by the industry players.
The Awards Ceremony is also to reward achievement and leadership in various key areas including life and non-life insurance companies, re-insurers, brokerage firms and others intermediaries, health insurers, actuarial firms and other insurance service providers.
The main objective is to “Honour top class performance, professionalism and innovation across the Ghanaian Insurance industry, organizers of the Awards Ceremony,” Xodus Communications have said.
The Marketing Manager of Premier Health Insurance Ms. Golda Commey says while the awards are gratifying, it is also puts a responsibility on the team to uphold standards and to deliver better services to clients.
She says the industry is still young with many misconceptions about private health insurance and there is the need for people to know that contrary to perceptions about how expensive Private Health Insurance is, with as little as ¢30.00 a month, potential clients can subscribe to one of our products and will be given the best of health care when they fall sick.