Medicash acquires health & wellbeing specialists Health@Work

Date posted:
Wed 12 June 2019

  • Buyout will boost Medicash’s range of services, skills base and generate new client growth for both organisations.


  • The deal follows a £4 million investment in Now Healthcare Group in 2017.


Liverpool based health insurer Medicash has announced that it recently acquired Health@Work Consultancy Services for an undisclosed sum. The deal was completed on 22 March 2019. Since then the Health@Work team have moved in to Medicash’s head office at One Derby Square, Liverpool.

The merger supports Medicash’s growing focus and strategy on developing a more rounded health and wellbeing offering and will allow both organisations to take advantage of a greater range of service and product offerings and increased skills base.

Health@Work was established over 25 years ago as a full-service consultancy whose aim is to help firms improve the health, safety and wellbeing of their employees.

Health@Work’s services include health and safety assessments, policy reviews and training; wellbeing audits; mental health awareness training; health checks; as well as first aid and defibrillator training.

For the past 10 years Health@Work have developed and delivered the nationally recognised Workplace Wellbeing Charter, helping to improve the health of businesses and organisations such as BAE Systems, Kenwood, Everton Football Club and United Utilities.

Sue Weir, chief executive of Medicash and Health@Work, said: “Health@Work is a well-established and highly regarded consultancy with an excellent reputation for its Workplace Wellbeing Charter. This merger presents significant advantages and opportunities for both firms, our people and our clients.

“With a new board and new executive team, we look forward to exploring the opportunities that these organisations can offer and bringing new products and services to the market in the near future.”

Health@Work and the Workplace Wellbeing Charter will continue to operate under their existing brands.