Clients of BUPA living and working in Mauritius can now have even greater access to world-class healthcare thanks to a partnership between Apollo Bramwell Hospital and BUPA International, the world’s leading expatriate health insurer.
Apollo Bramwell offers comprehensive and integrated services that include dedicated centres for Heart, Kidney and Urology, Neuroscience, Eye, Diabetology and Endocrinology, Health and Wellness, Gastroenterology, Plastic and Cosmetic and Woman and Child Health.
The hospital joins BUPA International’s network of 7,500 hospitals and clinics in more than 190 countries around the world. This means that, as well as having access to high quality healthcare, patients’ bills will be settled directly leaving them to focus on getting well.
Valerie Rawat, CEO of Apollo Bramwell, said: “This partnership will greatly benefit the Mauritius expatriate community and BUPA International members in particular. Our agreement is based on shared values of putting the patient first and a joint determination to deliver the highest quality care and service for patients.”
Vicky Pollitt, BUPA International’s head of global purchasing said: “BUPA International’s partnership with Apollo Bramwell Hospital will provide our customers with the reassurance that they have access to high quality medical facilities and medical treatment. We look forward to working closely with the hospital.”
Apollo Bramwell is a 200-bed hospital in Moka which provides the full array of services expected of a super specialty tertiary care hospital. BUPA International pioneered expatriate health insurance in 1971 and today is one of the leading expatriate health insurers in the world. It offers customers access to more than 200,000 medical providers worldwide and can settle bills directly with over 7,500 hospitals and clinics.
The company is headquartered in Brighton, England, and has a worldwide emergency medical centre staffed by a team of experienced, multi-lingual advisers and offer customers support and advice 24 hours a day, every day.
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