NANUET, NY – Hudson United Insurance Services is pleased to announce that it has acquired the Michael Rubinoff Health Insurance Agency and will begin offering healthcare coverage to customers. The Michael Rubinoff Health Insurance Agency is a well-respected, local health insurance provider, and Hudson United plans to expand their service area across New York and New Jersey.
“I’m excited to join the Hudson United network,” said Rubinoff. “They have built a strong, local financial institution with a wide range of products. I’m proud that my agency is now the foundation of Hudson United’s health, life, and employment benefits department.”
Michael Rubinoff has 35 years of experience in health and employee benefits with a significant client base in Rockland and Bergen Counties. In addition, he understands the real estate and health insurance businesses because of his long-standing associate membership with the local board of realtors. The agency’s senior accounting executive, Audrey Treadwell, will be joining Hudson United Insurance Services with 16 years of experience in all aspects of client assistance, such as billing, claims, and medical certification.
“With the rising cost of health insurance, meeting the financial needs of our customers is essential when it comes to plans that fit their budget,” said Daniel Rand, partner and president of home services for Hudson United. “There are many unknowns in the healthcare industry right now, so our goals are to provide better protection and educate our clients.”
Hudson United Insurance Services is committed to providing their clients with an affordable plan that will cover the costs for doctors visits, prescriptions, medical testing, surgical procedures, and specialized care.
“It’s important for us to focus on all aspects of health insurance so we may give our clients the best options,” said Sheila Chesterman, vice president of Hudson United Insurance Services. “Hudson United offers quality plans that best meet the needs of individuals or small groups. We will strive to ease the difficulties that people may have when shopping for such policies.”