Activate Your Health Cover From €32 per Month with Activate Cash

New Year. New Start?

It’s time to take control of your health insurance with our revolutionary new Activate plans from just €32 a month. Activate gives you the flexibility to decide what cover you want, when you want it.

With Activate Cash, you’ll get cash back for scans, x-rays, consultant visits and even short stays in hospital. And you can upgrade whenever you want – for faster access to private treatment.

Jim Dowdall, Chief Executive of GloHealth said “many people are having to assess whether they can afford to maintain their health insurance.  My message is – if you’re thinking of giving up health insurance, GloHealth’s Activate plans could be just what you need. You get great cash benefits at a great price and you can also upgrade back to cover for hospital treatment when you want to.”

If you are under 65 and have served all of your waiting periods you will be covered straight away for any existing medical conditions when upgrading.

ACTIVATE: Get cash back for tests and scans. And upgrade to a hospital plan when you want to.

Click here to visit our main site to find out more or to get a quote.



Price is for one adult on Activate Cash, includes tax relief at source and is effective from December 31st 2014. GloHealth Financial Services Ltd trading as GloHealth is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. GloHealth health insurance policies are underwritten by Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) Plc. Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) Plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules. Terms and conditions apply

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