By Ahmed Rahma
In order to help its customers in Lagos have access to discounted health services, Zedvance, a consumer finance company has declared its partnership with Amara Medicare.
The company disclosed the collaboration aimed to grant its customers access to discounted health benefits on the eye, dental or ENT care services.
Amara Medicare is a patient-centric healthcare company focused on the ophthalmic, ENT and dental segment.
According to the Managing Director of Zedvance Finance, Mr Ever Obi, the partnership is part of the company’s commitment to always put its customers first.
“As a customer-centric fintech company, we believe there is no better way to support our customers at this time than to care about their health,” Mr Obi said when both parties sealed the deal on Thursday.
“With this partnership with Amara Medicare, all new and existing customers with a Zedvance loan of N100,000 and above will get up to 50 per cent discount on the eye, dental or ENT care services at any of the clinic’s centres in Lagos. This offer will be available from December 1 to 31, 2020,” he added.
Commenting further on the initiative, co-founder of Amara Medicare, Emeka Emenike, noted that Zedvance’s customers will have access to 50 per cent off hearing tests (Audiometry) and teeth whitening at Amara Medicare centres in Ikoyi, VGC, Eleganza Gardens, Ajah and Sangotedo, adding that they can also get 25 per cent off ophthalmic services.
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