CAIRO, Egypt--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bupa Global, a renowned leader in international private medical insurance, has announced a wider services/products through Bupa Egypt Insurance, marking a significant step in its commitment to delivering world-class healthcare solutions to the Egyptian market.
This timely move coincides with a notable shift in executive priorities towards preventative healthcare. According to insights gleaned from Bupa Global's Executive Wellbeing Index1, a substantial 77%1 of respondents in Egypt are considering the purchase of additional private medical insurance for themselves or their families.
To support these demands, Bupa Egypt Insurance introduced a new prime range of health plans which provides medical and holistic health cover at a global level, so customers and their families are not limited to treatment in just Egypt, but have the freedom to access world-leading specialists and medical providers both at home and abroad.
Mo Bazzi, Managing Director, Bupa Egypt Insurance, said: "Our new healthcare plans now available in Egypt have been meticulously designed to cater to the evolving healthcare needs of individuals and families in Egypt, and provide a holistic approach to protecting our customers’ health. These plans signify a renewed strategic focus in the region, emphasising our commitment to enhancing the healthcare landscape and fostering better health outcomes for our valued customers."
The expansion aligns with Bupa Global’s long-term strategy to drive growth and further strengthen its leadership position in the IPMI market.
Exceptional service on every level
The range available in Egypt includes five plans, suited to varying needs from Major Medical, the most affordable plan, up to Ultimate, providing the highest level of cover designed for high-net-worth travelling executives and their families.
With no annual limits, the Ultimate Plan provides end-to-end, personalised health management to Private Clients, with access to range of physical, mental and preventive healthcare services. Dedicated assistance is provided from a Concierge Manager, with access to senior clinical staff from the comfort of their home. It includes private maternity cover, dental treatment and a focus on a more holistic approach to health, including physio, osteopathy and mental health.
At the core of Bupa Global's approach is its dedication to providing exceptional service to its customers. Bupa Egypt Insurance new prime range of Global Health Plans offer a wide array of services, including:
- In-hospital and outpatient support
- Preventative health checks
- Mental health condition coverage
- Emergency evacuations
- Comprehensive treatment for serious illnesses
- Coverage for hereditary and chronic conditions
- Transplants and rehabilitation
- Access to a dedicated clinical case manager
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More information about Bupa’s Egypt Insurance Plans are available online - https://www.bupaglobal.com/egypt - and for any customer queries please call: 16816
- Bupa Global Executive Wellbeing Index 2022 - research was conducted by Censuswide among 2439 high net worth individuals across eight countries and regions, including UK, USA, France, UAE, Egypt, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.
About Bupa Global and Bupa Egypt Insurance
Bupa's purpose is helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives and making a better world.
Bupa Global is the premium health insurance arm of Bupa. Established in 1971, it provides individuals, small businesses and corporate customers international coverage with products and services so they can access the healthcare they need when they need it, whether at home or when studying, living, travelling, or working abroad.
Bupa Egypt Insurance is Bupa Global’s regulated entity under the supervisor of the Financial Regulatory Authority in Egypt, with a head office in Cairo.
1The Bupa Global Executive Wellbeing Index 2022 analyses research conducted between 3rd of August and 7th of September 2022 among 2439 high net worth individuals (HNWIs) across eight countries and regions, including UK, USA, France, UAE, Egypt, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.