Rewards for health

posted August 02, 2021 at 07:00 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
In its efforts to ensure healthy lives and well-being of all, Globe makes it accessible for customers to avail of healthcare products and services.

Using Rewards points, customers can get special promos for teleconsultations from GoHealth, HealthNow, and KonsultaMD. 

KonsultaMD offers teleconsultation, e-prescription, e-laboratory, and e-medical certificate.
KonsultaMD offers teleconsultation, e-prescription, e-laboratory, and e-medical certificate.
Under the GoHealth promo, Globe Postpaid, Platinum, Prepaid, and TM customers can get protection coverage ranging from P1,000 to P4,000 for diagnosed COVID-19, dengue, and leptospirosis valid for three months until December 3, for 15 to 55 Rewards points.

For 30-75 points, customers can get P5,000 up to P20,000 insurance coverage for emergency in-patient treatment for pneumonia, bronchitis, urinary tract infection, respiratory tuberculosis, gastroenteritis, diarrhea, tonsillitis, and cancer valid for three months until September 30. 

For 90 Rewards points, customers get P150 discount offered by HealthNow on medicine deliveries and video health consultations until the end of the year.

Globe Rewards offers healthcare vouchers.
Globe Rewards offers healthcare vouchers.
A one-month KonsultaMD subscription for unlimited voice teleconsultation with one free video consultation, e-prescription, e-laboratory request, and e-medical certificate until the end of 2021 is available for 60 points.

The vouchers are available via the Globe Rewards app. 

Topics: Rewards for health , Globe , Rewards points , GoHealth , HealthNow , KonsultaMD
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