Bupa seals 5-year deal with Jeddah hospital
Jeddah, October 30, 2013
Bupa Arabia, a leading health insurance provider in Saudi Arabia, has signed a five-year agreement with Jeddah’s newest Al-Mashfa hospital to provide quality healthcare exclusively for its elite members.
The deal reflects Bupa’s promise to be the healthcare partner for life and maintains its position at the forefront of the health insurance industry by developing innovative services and introducing advanced technologies to continuously enhance the customer experience, said Tal Nazer, the CEO of Bupa Arabia after signing the deal with Dr Adel Makhdoom, the CEO of Al-Mashfa Hospital.
“This agreement establishes a strategic partnership that is unprecedented in the health insurance industry in the Kingdom, whereby Bupa will provide a new level of health insurance services for the elite of our members who choose treatment at this prestigious medical establishment,” stated Nazer.
Expressing delight at the Bupa collaboration, Dr Adel Makhdoom, said: "Al-Mashfa Hospital inaugurates a new era of premium quality health care services in the city of Jeddah, with highly qualified cadres of senior doctors and experts covering all medical specialties."
"To provide the finest health care services we have equipped our medical laboratories and diagnostic and therapeutic radiology department with the latest medical devices in various critical and supportive fields," he noted.
Makhdoom said: "Bupa Arabia was one of the largest co-operative health insurance companies in the Kingdom and a partnership with such a renowned and respected company significantly contributes to the achievement of our vision of making Al-Mashfa Hospital a destination point for patients seeking superior care in the city of Jeddah."
"We share many insights with Bupa, especially with regard to the lives we care for and providing our patients with the highest degree of respect and compassion," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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