Bajaj Finserv Introduced Affordable Digital Health EMI Network Card with 800 Plus Healthcare Institutions

With the health card, customers can divide the cost of 800 plus medical treatments, including elective and non-elective procedures and pay for them in No Cost EMIs. These can be availed across a network of 5,500 plus healthcare institutions, which include multi-speciality hospitals and clinics, spread across 1000 plus Indian cities.

Bajaj Finserv Introduced Affordable Digital Health EMI Network Card with 800 Plus Healthcare Institutions

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Bajaj Finance Limited, the lending and investing arm of Bajaj Finserv is offering a Digital Health EMI Network Card to make payment for healthcare treatments affordable.

With the health card, customers can divide the cost of 800 plus medical treatments, including elective and non-elective procedures and pay for them in No Cost EMIs. These can be availed across a network of 5,500 plus healthcare institutions, which include multi-speciality hospitals and clinics, spread across 1000 plus Indian cities. Evident by the fact that families often spare no expense when it comes to funding emergency medical treatments, healthcare is a cost that cannot be compromised on. However, with healthcare inflation in India rising at an alarming rate, double that of retail inflation in 2018-19, availing medical care isn’t cheap. In fact, many often resort to drastic measures such as liquidating assets or mortgaging property to get the required funds. An alternative and hassle-free solution is EMI financing with the Digital Health EMI Network Card. Here, customers can divide the cost of treatments, diagnostic services, and medication, for themselves and their family, into No Cost EMIs. These EMIs can then be repaid comfortably over a period of 24 months, and not make hefty, one-time payments. What’s more is that customers can get a pre-approved offer of up to Rs 4 lakh with which they can pay for these treatments. A range of treatments can be converted into No Cost EMIs

With the Bajaj Finserv Digital Health EMI Network Card, customers can pay for treatments in EMIs and thus easily afford their healthcare costs. Treatments available on EMIs:

  • General/ vascular/ cardiac surgery
  • Diagnostic care
  • Stem cell banking
  • Oncology treatments
  • Urology treatments
  • Hair treatments
  • Maternity care
  • Hearing aids
  • Dental care
  • Cosmetic treatments
  • Slimming treatments
  • Affordable healthcare on No Cost EMI

With the Digital Health EMI Network Card, customers no longer have to bear huge upfront medical costs. Rather, the bill is split into affordable EMIs ranging over a flexible tenor up to 24 months.

  • For instance, in case of a surgery costing Rs 3 lakh, customers can finance the treatment(s) via No Cost EMI plans such as the ones given below:
  • In 10 EMIs of Rs 30,000 each
  • In 15 EMIs of Rs 20,000 each
  • In 20 EMIs of Rs 15,000 each
  • In 24 EMIs of Rs 12,500 each

This way medical treatments can be budgeted for, with ease. Top healthcare partners offering a range of treatments

To enable easy access to medical treatments on EMIs, Bajaj Finserv has a wide network of healthcare partners. Listed below are a few of the top partners that Digital Health EMI Network Cardholders can avail services at.

  • Apollo Hospitals
  • Manipal Hospitals
  • Columbia Asia Hospitals
  • Ruby Hall Clinic
  • Sahyadri Hospitals
  • Dr Batra’s
  • VLCC Healthcare centre
  • RG Stone Urology and Laparoscopy Hospital
  • Dr. Agarwal’s Eye Hospital
  • LifeCell
  • Sabka Dentist
  • Truweight

Each of these partners offers a range of treatments as per their speciality. There are more than 5500 hospitals, clinics and pharmacies where one can avail treatments on EMIs. Offers available with the Digital Health EMI Network CardBesides offering healthcare on EMIs, Bajaj Finserv extends a suite of special, limited-period offers and discounts to its cardholders. These can be viewed on the Bajaj Finserv Wallet App. Listed below are few of the active offers:

  • Skin City: Get free online consultation and 20 per cent off on cosmetic procedures. Valid until September 30, 2020.
  • Apollo Pharmacy: Get Instant discount of 15 per cent for Apollo Private label products, 10 per cent for medicines (except DPCO) and 5 per cent for FMCG on Health card. Use code: Bajaj Health Card – 7089. Valid until December 31, 2020.
  • Metropolis: Get 20 per cent discount on in-house pathology tests.
  • Apollo 24|7: Use code: BAJAJ150 and get Rs 150 off on tele-consultation bookings worth up to Rs 1,000. Health EMI Card customers can use code: BAJAJ247 and get Rs 247 off on tele-consultation bookings above Rs 1,000. Valid until October 31, 2020.
  • Medlife: Flat 30 per cent off on all medicine purchases + 10 per cent cashback. Use code: BAJAJ30. Valid until December 31, 2020.
  • Richfeel: Consultation at just Rs 250 and get an additional 10 per cent discount on purchase of products. Valid until March 31, 2021.
  • Dr. Marwah’s laser surgery clinic: Get 20 per cent discount on hair transplant and cool sculpting procedures. Valid until March 31, 2021.
  • Truweight: Get 40 per cent discount on immunity fight back packages. Valid until September 30, 2020.

Pay for healthcare on EMIs today

Existing Bajaj Finserv customers can apply online for the Digital Health EMI Network Card and get it now, an instant digital activation through a paperless process. On entering their registered mobile number and the OTP sent on it, customers can view their pre-approved offer. Then, on paying the one-time fee of Rs 707, customers can access the instantly activated card in the Bajaj Finserv Wallet App. Likewise, new customers can avail of No Cost EMI financing and the Digital Health EMI Network Card at any of the 5,500 plus partner clinics, hospitals or medical centres. New customers and cardholders (post March 31,2020) can transact using their digital health card only post lockdown. They can also check their pre-approved offer for instant access to EMI financing.

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