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HealthHero launches employee mental health support

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Holistic digital healthcare provider HealthHero has appointed a new chief operating officer (COO) and Advisers as it enters its next phase of growth.

HealthHero today announces its service has expanded to include an employee mental health offering, as it continues on its path to becoming Europe’s largest digital healthcare provider with a truly holistic approach to healthcare.

HealthHero now offers complete workplace mental wellbeing support. This includes a range of proactive mental wellbeing services to help employees safe-guard and improve their mental health; from everyday support that integrates several clinically proven counselling programmes and specialist psychological interventions, to tailored critical incident support and training. The expanded team of clinical experts create customised solutions that provide care and confidence for employees, and satisfaction and return on investment for corporate and public sector clients.
To provide these services Validium, a workplace mental wellbeing provider with over two decades of experience delivering first class employee mental healthcare, has joined HealthHero.

Ranjan Singh, CEO of HealthHero comments: “Now, more than ever, both individuals and employers are recognising the need to be proactive in supporting mental health. Through the clinical expertise of HealthHero’s expanding team, combined with the convenience of our digital platform, we are helping to break down barriers to mental health support and create greater access to healthcare for all.

“We are delighted to welcome Validium to HealthHero, one of the best providers out there with a long history of providing excellent services to employers, to help them truly take care of the mental wellbeing of their employees.”

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