Welcome to the HCB Group
HCB Group has provided independent employee health, wellness and claims management services to Employers, Intermediaries, Insurers and Pension Scheme Trustees in the UK and Ireland for over 30 years.
Based in Oxfordshire, UK with additional locations in Dublin, and Portland, Maine USA (through our relationship with PDA), HCB Group is able to leverage our expertise and understanding of the Employee Health and Claims markets to enable clients to make informed decisions in the management of employee health, employee wellness or insured claims.
We appreciate that every client, every case and every person we work with needs different levels and types of support, so you will not receive a standardised take it or leave solution from us. What we offer clients no matter whether you are a SME or a multinational business is a practical solution and cost-effective service based on expertise, knowledge, experience and customer service.
We believe that we have an outstanding track record of service delivery and a proven return on investment.
HCB Group can trace its origins back to 1984, when our Chairman and CEO Jim Harris, founded a specialist claims service provider. In the interim, we have expanded our service offerings, in response to market and client led demand.
In 2013, HCB Group entered a strategic equity relationship with Professional Disability Associates Inc, (PDA) based in Portland, Maine USA.
Over three decades, HCB Group have provided consistently professional services, taking care to protect the reputation and brand of its many clients, never attracting regulatory or other sanctions, whilst delivering a proven return on their investment spend.
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