FamilyDOC, the country’s largest chain of primary care clinics, under Ayala Healthcare Holdings, Inc. (AC Health), recently partnered with Transportify, a full-service logistics marketplace, to promote primary healthcare behavior to over 20,000 drivers.
Through the partnership, Transportify drivers will be eligible to avail of FamilyDOC’s institutional product- Unli Konsulta Card (UKC), which will enable them and two of their chosen dependents of an unlimited free consultation for a year. The UKC is also preloaded with 1,500 Peso points, which can be used to avail of products and services at any FamilyDOC branch.
“At FamilyDOC, we continue to develop programs and products that will respond to the needs of every Filipino patient. Our UKC aims to address the lack of health insurance among most employees and their families. We also made this product more flexible since the priority card holder can choose his preferred dependents, regardless of relationship and age,” said Paul Darroca, FamilyDOC’s General Manager.
Meanwhile, Transportify Regional COO and Co-Country Director, Paulo Bengson said that partnership with FamilyDOC can help them ensure the primary health coverage of their drivers and their families.
“We wanted to provide our drivers other benefits, aside from income, that can help improve their quality of life. The UKC is an important product because it addresses one salient need of Filipinos, which is primary healthcare,” Bengson added.
Transportify is also planning to give UKC as a benefit to top-performing drivers.
Aside from Transportify, FamilyDOC is continuously partnering with other microfinance institutions, and cooperatives, to increase the number of families covered by UKC.
FamilyDOC is a 3-in-1 primary care clinic chain, which provides the combined services of a clinic, diagnostic facility, and imaging, all under one roof. To date, FamilyDOC currently has 68 clinics located in Cavite, Laguna, Rizal, Las Pinas, Paranaque, Taguig, Pasig, Pateros, Quezon City, Caloocan, Valenzuela, and Manila, and has served over 370,000 unique patients.