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Sun Life, Medicard tie up for Health Check members' insurance

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SUN Life of Canada (Philippines) Inc. (Sun Life) brings affordable insurance closer to more Filipinos as it ties up with health maintenance organization Medicard to offer an exclusive benefit for members of its Health Check program.

For only P20, qualified Health Check members may avail of a Sun Life personal accident insurance worth P20,000, with a full-year coverage for contingencies such as loss of life, dismemberment and loss of sight due to accident. Open to Health Check members aged 18 to below 65, the Sun Life personal accident insurance covers various occupations except for military, naval or air service. This exclusive offer is on top of other benefits that Health Check members enjoy in the program, including unlimited consultations with Medicard doctors and discounts on laboratory tests.

“We’re delighted to see this initiative through because it will bring so much value to Filipinos who wish to live healthier lives. We thank Medicard for their trust and support,” Sun Life chief executive officer and country head Benedict Sison said. “As we celebrate Sun Life’s 125th anniversary in the Philippines, this is yet another way for us to reiterate our commitment to Filipinos as their partner in securing their future.”

“Thank you to Sun Life for their trust in MediCard. This partnership bolsters our current product offering and further defines our footprint in healthcare,” MediCard president doctor Nicky Montoya said.

Also present during the signing of the memorandum of agreement were Sun Life general counsel attorney Ed Tordesillas, Sun Life chief marketing and client officer Mylene Lopa, Medicard chief operating officer attorney Jon Montoya and Medicard senior vice president and chief strategic planning officer Luis Montoya.

The Sun Life personal accident insurance will initially be available at the Medicard Lifestyle Center in Paseo de Roxas cor. Sen. Gil Puyat, Makati and the Medicard free-standing clinics in Eton Centris, Quezon City; at the LF Building in Fairview, Quezon City; at the Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall in Cainta, Rizal; at the Festival Supermall in Filinvest, Alabang; and at the RDC Plaza in Lipa City, Batangas, and will be rolled out to all 15 free-standing clinics.(SPONSORED CONTENT)


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