The plan covers all medical treatment, including check-ups, vaccination, dental care, maternity and vision up to Bt100 million per year.
Bryan Smith, CEO of Allianz Ayudhya Assurance PCL, said: “As the leader in life and health insurance products, Allianz Ayudhya continues to develop solutions that meet the needs of the consumers. Especially in the light of critical illness or even more complex diseases evolving in our world, quality medical treatment is required in order to help a patient get through this difficult moment.
“Allianz Ayudhya would like to take a more proactive role in offering a health protection in a holistic approach, from preemptive, to treatment and follow-up. And to achieve that, we need a partner that shares the same vision in delivering the best health care treatment and services. And it’s our great pleasure to have BDMS as our partner – the perfect combination.”
Dr Poramaporn Prasarttong-Osoth, the CEO of BDMS, said a commitment to excellence has earned the group a reputation as one of the most prestigious hospital networks in the Asia-Pacific region. As a consequence it won certification by non-profit patient safety organisation Joint Commission International (JCI) and professional affiliation with international medical institutions and medical schools such as the MD Anderson Cancer Center, the Cedars-Senai Neurosurgery and the Hannover Medical School, Poramaporn said.
BDMS has six major sites: Bangkok Hospital, Samitivej Hospital, BNH Hospital, Phyathai Hospital, Paola Hospital and the Royal Hospital, making it the largest medical group in the country.
Published : May 31, 2018
By : The Nation