National Health Insurance Company was founded in 1923 as the William Harvey Life Insurance Company. In 1965, the Company incorporated as Trinity National Life and Accident Insurance Company and added health insurance to its product line in 1966.
In 1975, the Company pioneered the first 100% catastrophic insurance plan with high
deductibles for the self employed and small business persons. That market focus
continues today. In 1978, the Company changed its name to National Health Insurance
Company and filed as a Legal Reserve Company in the state of Texas. The Company
presently is licensed in 48 states and the District of Columbia. National Health
Insurance Company currently has an A.M. Best Rating of B++.