Simplyhealth exists to help the UK access and afford the healthcare services and treatments they need and has done since 1872. Today this purpose has led us to develop the SimplyMe app.
According to Public Health England survey, more than half of adults (56%) were at increased, high or very high risk of chronic disease due to their waist circumference and BMI in 2018. We’re here to help prevent this by putting your health and wellbeing in your hands with a little guidance from us.
Eat a healthy diet. Exercise for at least 30 minutes a day. Sticking to healthy habits isn’t always easy so we got the experts involved at our Healthy Living Hub to give you some helpful tips.
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We’re like a subscription service for your healthcare.
From £7.50 a month, the Simplyhealth Plan helps you get fast, virtual access to essential healthcare services, plus cover for prescription costs and physio treatment to sort aches and pains.
Trying to lose weight but not progressing? You can book video appointments with the same GP to assess your general health through our SimplyConsult app.
Your feet do a lot of work so it’s important they stay in tip-top condition with a visit to your local podiatrist with the help of our Simplyhealth Plan.
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From back and neck pain to migraines, a visit to the chiropractor can help relieve the problem so you can get back to your usual self.
Dedicated organisations can help you get started on your journey to better health for free. Here’s just a few…
“Get specialist information and advice on all aspects of living with [or worried] about diabetes.”
“Celebrates active women who are doing their thing no matter how they do it, how they look or even how sweaty they get.”
The NHS provides lots of information and advice to help you get active and stay motivated.
HeadUp is the leading science and technology company who designed and built the SimplyMe app. Their mission, “to help people take control of their health. And not just live a longer life – but to live a better one” very much aligns with Simplyhealth.
Glenn Riseley, HeadUp founder and CEO, spent 14 years in the corporate wellness sector developing a world-class wellbeing program for global businesses before bring the ‘human dashboard’ that you see in the SimplyMe app to life.