An agreement has been signed between Nabil Bank and Max Healthcare India. An agreement has been reached so that the debit, credit and prepaid card holders of Nabil Bank will get 12 percent discount while undergoing treatment in the said healthcare. Customers of Nabil will get this facility when they take EM and XM services.
Nabil Bank CEO Gyanendra Dhugana and Anas Abdul Wajid, Senior Director – Chief Sales and Marketing Officer jointly signed the agreement on behalf of Max Health Care. With this agreement, the customers and employees of the bank will get discounts on various services and facilities of the hospital. At the event, Nabil Bank CEO Gyanendra Dhungana said that Nabil Bank’s customers will benefit from this agreement. Similarly, he informed that he will try to increase the discount.
Speaking at the program, Wajid said that the 17 branches of Max Health Care in India have successfully performed complex diseases such as kidney, liver, placenta transplant, heart surgery and asked the Nepali people to be sure of the service they will get. Stating that there will be no hassle in getting the services of the hospital, he said that he will always be ready to provide quality services to the patients.
Nabil gave a discussion on ’emerging health problems in South Asia’ in the program. Shukraraj Tropical and Infectious Diseases Hospital and Head of Clinical Research Unit Dr. Sher Bahadur Pun and Dr. Sandeep Buddhiraja, Senior Physician – Institute of Internal Medicine, Max Health Care India speaking on the panel said that people need to be aware to improve the health condition of South Asia.
Increasing urbanization, lack of health awareness, lack of practice in health education, diseases and attitudes towards health are the reasons for the spread of epidemics again. Pun informed. Stating that there is an equal risk of both communicable and non-communicable diseases, Dr. Buddhiraja suggested.