National, 14th May 2020: MediBuddy, the cashless digital healthcare platform leader, has launched MediBuddy Gold, to make online consultation with health specialists and MD doctors a quick and easy way to address healthcare needs of the masses. Designed as a yearly subscription of just Rs.1999, it provides access to quality healthcare. What is unique about this subscription is that it covers the healthcare needs of the entire family as a single unit.
MediBuddy Gold allows for unlimited consultations from experienced health specialists and MD doctors via chat, call or Video across 18 departments like dermatology, weight management and sexology for an entire year. The fact that consultations can be done in over 15 Indian languages is also a big plus.
Other benefits of the subscription are that people avail free pick up of lab test samples as part of home sample collection, receive their reports online and even consult with an MD doctor about their test reports for free. Being able to order medicines online with free delivery at the doorstep across 20000 pin codes across India is also part of the subscription package.
Multiple MNCs and Indian corporates have already adapted this annual subscription for their employees given its plethora of services; and a cost reduction of up to 40% vis-à-vis the conventional visit to the doctor.
“People are concerned about their and their family’s healthcare needs, now more than ever. With MediBuddy Gold, we aim at making healthcare support accessible to our customers across such areas and departments, under a single affordable package. MediBuddy Gold facility will enable individuals to get access to quality healthcare at any given time” said Mr Prashant Jhaveri, MediBuddy.
MediBuddy Gold is available to both individuals and corporates who seek a single-window contemporary solution for all their healthcare needs.
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