Petrochemical giant Saudi Basic Industries Corp. (SABIC) has renewed its contract with Bupa Arabia Cooperative Insurance Company for the health insurance cover of its employees and their families. The contract will be effective from July 5.
Bupa Arabia CEO Tal Nazer said: “SABIC’s renewal of the contract is a testimony to our capabilities, proficiency, and broad experience in the health insurance sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which are guided by our core values to enable us to provide our members the best in health care.”
He said the renewal of contract by SABIC, the world’s fourth largest petrochemical firm, is “an attestation of Bupa Arabia’s quality of exceptional services provided to the employees of the company and their families.”
Bupa Arabia’s corporate program offers a range of services, including the availability of the company’s delegates in all major hospitals to ensure the needs of the customers are met, and to facilitate and ease their visits. Furthermore, the program provides members with home-based services, such as medication refill and delivery, laboratory services for chronic cases, and vaccinations for children.
The health insurance giant offers several schemes to suit a variety of needs of the patients.
Bupa was founded in the UK in 1947 in partnership with 17 provident associations. Bupa went international for the first time in 1971 and in 1997, Bupa Arabia was launched through a joint venture between Bupa and Nazer Group. It is said to be the first medical insurance company in the Kingdom. The company has a large network of care providers comprising more than 1.2 million entities across 190 countries.