Dubai hospital inks key insurance deal
Dubai, March 31, 2012
Saudi German Hospital - Dubai, a global healthcare leader, said it has sealed a direct billing agreement with Neuron Insurance, a top medical insurance administrator, to expand its convenient healthcare to more clients.
Under the terms of the agreement, Neuron card holders will be entitled to receive medical services from Saudi German Hospital - Dubai, thereby enjoying the world class standards which the hospital is renowned for, said the Dubai-based hospital.
The announcement comes on the heels of the opening of the hospital and rolling out of operations, which have been a tremendous success thus far.
Saudi German Hospital - Dubai's management envisions that this move will widen the hospital's reach and bring top quality services to more clients. More agreements are anticipated in future, which will be warmly applauded by the new clients who will now have access to outstanding healthcare.
Sobhi Batterjee, the president of the Saudi German Hospitals Group, said, 'With this agreement, two exceptional organizations with excellent reputations are coming together for the purpose of advancing first class healthcare services. The biggest winner here is the client.'
'Through such initiatives as the Enaya program which covers the Dubai Government employees and their families, our agreement with Neuron is set to make our already commendable offerings even more convenient, more efficient and more acessible,' he noted.
Dr Mohaymen Abdelghany, CEO of the Saudi German Hospital-Dubai, said, “This agreement will give us the opportunity to attract more clients who have medical insurance cards. They can then benefit from the world-class medical facilities and expertise available at our hospital.”
Neuron CEO John Larkin agreed, adding that, 'We are thrilled to be working hand in hand with the leading healthcare provider in the Mena region.'
'We are proud to be the first player in our industry to have reached such a momentous deal with the SGH Group here, and clients of both organizations can look forward to a future of world class services,' he added .-TradeArabia News Service
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