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The GTC Healthcare division provides consultancy and management of healthcare and medical aid programmes for corporate clients on a strategic and proactive basis.
GTC has an experienced team of industry specialists, with the prerequisite skills and track record to add value through consulting and delivering managed healthcare solutions.
A GTC consult entails:
Integrated health risk management services and solutions include:
Jillian Larkan heads up Healthcare Consulting at GTC.
She has over 30 years’ experience in financial consulting, 15 of which have been in healthcare. Prior to joining GTC in 2012, Jillian ran her own successful broking and consulting business in the Western Cape, where she provided services to private and corporate clients. Before establishing her own business, Jillian gained large corporate experience through a career path that included Old Mutual, Sage Life and Glenrand MIB.
Jillian is continuously advancing her knowledge and has an Advanced Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning from the University of the Free State. She is a Certified Financial Planner®, an internationally recognised financial advisory designation, awarded by the Financial Planning Institute. Her memberships include the Insurance Institute of South Africa, THE FIA and the Financial Planning Institute.
Jillian believes that regular engagement and continuous information sharing creates an informed audience. She enthusiastically states: “I am passionate about people, honesty and integrity, and about helping clients make the best decisions possible for their future.”
T: +27 (0) 21 412 1062
The GTC Medical Aid Survey (MAS) 2018 provides analysis and ranking of different medical aid plans, according to the various options offered and available from South Africa’s 23 open medical aid providers.
The GTC Healthcare inaugural Gap Cover Survey 2018 gives insight into rankings and categories of all known providers in SA.
The GTC Medical Aid Survey (MAS) 2017 provides analysis and ranking of different medical aid plans, according to the various options offered and available from South Africa’s 23 open medical aid providers.