Healthcare specialist looking to create 50 jobs in South West
A global healthcare and risk management provider is se to create 50 new jobs in the South West.
Healix Health has launched a new rebrand initiative which aims to redefine its presence in the market and marks a significant milestone in the company’s evolution.
The rebrand unifies Healix’s diverse suite of services under one roof and comes at a time of substantial growth for the organisation.
Turnover for Healix Health having increased by 80 per cent and the overall Healix headcount increasing by over 40 per cent since 2021.
To further reflect Healix’s goal of staying at the forefront of healthcare and risk management, the rebrand follows the opening of new operational centres in the UK and Canada.
Healix’s new premises in Vancouver launched earlier this year, followed by the opening of a new location in Broad Quay in Bristol just last month.
Healix’s new offices at Temple Quay in Bristol has capacity for over 100 employees and is set to create over 50 jobs in the region over the next 12 months.
Founded by Dr Paul Beven and Dr Peter Mason, Healix was originally established to provide emergency medical assistance services built on clinical expertise.
It has since evolved to provide services ranging from security consultancy to travel risk management to corporate healthcare trusts – all with the aim of enabling employers to protect the health and wellbeing of their employees wherever they are in the world.
Charlie Butcher, chief executive of Healix International, said, “One clear, cohesive brand identity will clearly communicate the breadth and range of our solutions designed to service clients who want more control and flexibility over their health, travel and risk management provision.
“It’s a significant point in our journey as a business, and both Ian and I are incredibly excited about what the future holds as we look to continue our growth trajectory.”
Healix has been in business for 30 years, with a purpose to help people in everyday and extreme situations – whether it be designing a healthcare care scheme to rival private medical insurance or providing security and medical services to those far from home. Still independently owned, Healix supports a range of clients across corporate, insurance, government and not-for-profit sectors.
Ian Talbot, chief executive of Healix Health, added, “Healix has been a pioneer in helping organisations around the world to provide the best possible duty of care for employees and their families.
“After a record breaking 12 months for the organisation, we feel it’s huge opportunity to reposition our services under one clear brand. As we look to further build on our proposition and commitment to our clients, the transformation which includes a new logo, visual identity and mission statement, will help us to redefine our presence in the market.”