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About NBGA

National Benefits Group of America, Inc. is organized for the purpose of providing benefits and enrollment solutions to America’s employees.  Our company’s primary focus is providing enrollment services at the workplace.  NBGA offers face-to-face, telephonic, and web-based enrollment options.  Our goal is to provide you with the best enrollment solutions possible to meet your unique needs.

We work with employers and brokers to provide a wide variety of traditional group insurance products with superior insurance carriers.  These plans include group life insurance, supplemental group life insurance, STD, LTD, dental, vision, and more.  Our relationship with many top insurance carriers can often result in reduced costs to employers and employees.

We also offer optional worksite-voluntary employee-paid plans such as universal and whole life, critical illness, STD, accident, cancer, legal, long term care, and limited medical programs.  Many of NBGA’s worksitevoluntary plans also have the advantage of flexible underwriting for employees and their family members.

NBGA is a preferred enrollment partner of numerous major national insurance companies as well as the AHA, and we are the exclusive endorsed enrollment partner of several state hospital associations.

If you still conduct your benefits enrollment using paper election forms, or perform endless in-service meetings to explain benefit changes and additions, or if you simply have questions about the benefits marketplace, let us show you how we can make your life easier!  Just click on Contact Us or Request a Consultation at the top of the screen to receive more information.

 

Client Testimonials

I especially appreciated your flexibility and willingness to adapt to meet our needs. As a large, complex, three-campus hospital system with over 5,000 employees, we are constantly challenged to create consistency and excellent customer service for the employees we serve, regardless of location. Your willingness to staff each of the three separate locations - days, evenings, and nights - and to place enrollers in specified departments in addition to those central locations was invaluable in helping us gain support internally for the conversion to the electronic enrollment experience. The whole process received high marks from our employees as we surveyed them at the completion of their enrollment meetings.

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