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The part in bold is the interesting part. It's a pretty basic "contact us with details provided on your health card" statement, but the request in itself is not what got my attention.
We have emergency locksmiths, Taiwanese electronics companies, CNC instructors, Indian schools, insurance brokers, and even a law office all using this generic statement.
My guess for everyone else is that with exception to the law office, the reason for having done so is a lack of readily available lawyers and the desire to have a boilerplate document for anyone to read. I can at least tell you for one that this marketing firm lifted theirs from Aetna as the name still appears in it.
I'd imagine that there is copyright violation here too, but again I am not a lawyer so I cannot say this is for certain.