Leading Asean insurer Etiqa Philippines unifies 30,000 doctors, 1,600 accredited hospitals, clinics

Etiqa Philippines, a leading ASEAN insurer, has simplified the selection process for individuals and corporate decision-makers by integrating life, health, and non-life under one unified approach.

“In the country, Etiqa Philippines is only one of the very few insurance providers with a composite license. Because of this, we can offer the widest variety of insurance products in the market under one brand, one company, and one roof. This is what we mean by going unified,” Etiqa Philippines President and CEO Rico Bautista said.

“Many insurance providers oftentimes offer only selected plans – a missed opportunity for customers to avail themselves of potentially wider protection when a more comprehensive range of plans are presented for their selection,” Bautista added.

The options from Etiqa Philippines include Group Life, Group Health Insurance, Individual Life, and Non-Life.

Several of its flexible products are designed to fulfill various health, protection, savings, and investment needs for different segments in the Philippines.

Companies that have experienced the value of the unified insurance approach of Etiqa Philippines include leading telecommunications and media brands, heritage utility service providers, top eCommerce marketplaces, major pharmaceutical and healthcare companies, national government agencies, a long list of multinational BPO firms, semiconductor producers, manufacturers, and the country’s most recognizable conglomerates.

Employees of these firms have benefitted from one of the largest medical networks nationwide through Etiqa Philippines, comprising close to 30,000 doctors and 1,600 accredited hospitals and clinics.

More information about the unified approach of Etiqa Philippines is on

Topics: Etiqa Philippines , Rico Bautista , Group Life , Group Health Insurance , Individual Life
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