Working proudly in the senior health insurance industry for more than 20 years
In 1989 Network Insurance was founded with the commitment to find quality products to serve the needs of senior Americans. To that end we have spent decades finding the right carriers, employees and independent agents to partner with. The backbone of our existence is to provide superior value to our agent base with the utmost integrity and dedication. We have hired some of the brightest sales professionals to service our agents to ensure satisfaction and maximum sales opportunities. Our goal is to always be the “best in class” experience. We are nationally recognized by several insurance carriers as one of the leaders in our industry.
Network Insurance provides opportunities, service and support for employees and agents to further their careers with the sale of life-improving health insurance products.
About Network Insurance
Our company has worked proudly in the senior health insurance industry for more than 20 years. Founded in 1989 by Tom and Bonnie Patrick, Network Insurance began purely as a Long Term Care marketing company, recruiting agents to represent LTC carriers. In that time, production has grown to 40 million dollars of LTC premium annually.
Strategic partnerships through the year 2000 opened the doors for diversification, and Network Insurance has since become a true full-service Field Marketing Organization. We offer all senior health products including Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans, Medicare Advantage Plans, LTC, Life Insurance, Advanced Asset Protection, Cancer Policies, Dental Policies and more.
Senior Health Division, LLC
2650 McCormick Drive
Clearwater, FL 33759
Toll Free: (800) 662-5080
Fax: (866) 637-7862
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