GloHealth now offering FREE STI screening service to customers

Self-administered testing kit rules out embarrassing visits to the GP and results are processed in just two days

Have you been meaning to get your sexual health checked but just haven’t found the time? Or are you looking for some peace of mind but are just too embarrassed to see your GP? Whatever your reason, GloHealth is here to help.

The innovative health insurance company is now offering customers a free STI screening service which can be added to their insurance plan at absolutely no additional cost.

The STI testing service is provided by Letsgetchecked.com and fully covers a test for the two most common STI’s in Ireland today – Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea.  In addition to this, significant discounts are also available to GloHealth members across a range of tests currently offered by Letsgetchecked.com.

Customers receive a self-administering testing kit and a simple step-by-step guide that outlines the straightforward testing process. Samples are sent to an accredited laboratory and results are processed within two days of receiving the sample. Once the results are available, a discreet email is sent to the customer outlining the outcome of the test.

As the STI testing kit can be used in the privacy of your own home, it rules out any need to visit a GP or clinic, meaning no appointments and, more importantly, no embarrassment!

The free STI screening is part of GloHealth’s ‘Women’s & Men’s Health’ package which is one of a range of eight packages that can be added to your insurance policy at absolutely no additional cost – allowing you to tailor your cover to suit your exact needs. This package also includes money back on a variety of other health screens such as testicular, prostate and smear tests.

 

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