Leading healthcare provider Maxicare Healthcare Corp. offers a new health card made for senior citizens.
The Maxicare PRIMA Gold health card offers high-quality, reliable health care coverage for individuals 60 years old and above.
With a one-time membership plan of P12,999, members enjoy a full year of outpatient consultations, laboratory, and diagnostic procedures with exclusive access to all Maxicare Primary Care Centers and all conveniently located MyHealth Clinics.
Additional values include coverage of pre-existing conditions of the members as well as emergency room coverage of up to P20,000 per year in Maxicare-affiliated hospitals nationwide.
The PRIMA Gold can be purchased from Maxicare’s online store, Facebook page, and Primary Care Centers, as well as from Maxicare-affiliated agents and brokers or from the Maxicare Tower Direct Sales.
Payments can be made through leading partner banks, just call (02) 789-7777 for details. After the membership’s confirmation, an electronic card will be sent to the member’s email while the actual card will be delivered a few days after.
Maxicare’s Primary Care Centers are located in the following areas: W City Center in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig; Cardinal Santos Medical Center in San Juan City; Centuria Medical Makati in Makati City; Chinese General Hospital in Manila; Makati Medical Center in Makati City; St. Luke’s Medical Center in Quezon City; St. Luke’s Medical Center in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig; and The Medical City in Pasig City.
MyHealth Clinics are located at Festival Supermall in Alabang; Robinsons Cybergate Mall in Cebu City; Filomena Building in Makati City; Robinsons Mall in Manila; Shangri-La Plaza in Mandaluyong City; SM North Edsa in Quezon City; and Venice Grand Canal Mall in Taguig City.
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