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OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. – As of Jan. 1, Drew Smith & Associates has partnered with INSURICA, furthering its experience and expertise in the healthcare sector.

“Drew Smith and his team are a huge contribution to the healthcare practice,” Vice President and Healthcare Practice Leader Phillip Smith said. “Whatever a physician needs, Drew handles it. He truly has a unique skill set.”

Founded in 2004, Drew Smith and & Associates represents physicians, providing medical malpractice insurance and small group insurance plans.

“This partnership changes the dynamic,” Drew Smith said. “Having your own shop is a lot of fun, and a lot of work but you also get to a certain point where you reach a sense of comfort. Moving to INSURICA brings you to another level and presents a wonderful opportunity to grow given the available resources.”

Drew brings a talented team, consisting of Leisa Hall and Cassie Williams, who all add valuable expertise and experience to INSURICA’s Healthcare Practice, Phillip Smith said.

Placing over $1 billion in annual premiums for our clients, INSURICA is among the 50 largest insurance brokers in the United States and is currently the 42nd largest privately-held independent agency in the country.

Headquartered in Oklahoma City, INSURICA employs more than 700 colleagues in 35+ offices located throughout 11 states.

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