An initiative to help doctors stay healthy

Published: 02nd July 2013 08:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd July 2013 08:12 AM   |  A+A-

On the occasion of Doctor’s Day, Apollo Hospitals introduced a health insurance token ‘The Apollo Doctor Plus’ plan to help doctors stay healthy.

Apollo Hospitals has invited doctors to register with Apollo’s ‘Partner in Care’ program through which they get a medical insurance worth ` 1 lakh for a year. Further, if the doctor undergoes an Apollo health checkup within the next one month, he/she gets an additional Rs  2 lakh medical cover on being declared healthy. Apollo Hospitals urged doctors across the country to make a sincere commitment to stay in the best of their health and also sent personalised greeting cards to around 5,000 doctors in Chennai to show their appreciation.

According to them, the real superheroes today, are undoubtedly doctors who save millions of lives all over the world. Apollo truly believes that in this demanding landscape, each doctor becomes a superhero every single day as they embark on their professional journey with the noble idea of serving humanity and healing those in need.

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