The Guardian
Email YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter
Features  |  Science  

Philips, others partner to improve quality healthcare

By Bankole Orimisan   |   04 February 2015   |   11:00 pm

IN a proactive measure to make available quality healthcare services in the medical sector in the country, Royal Philips, Medical Credit Fund, part of the PharmAccess Group and Diamond Bank Plc, have unveiled a partnership to improve access to quality healthcare in Nigeria. 

  
According to the firms, small and medium-sized private clinics that want to acquire innovative medical technologies and services from Philips can finance this purchase through the Diamond Mediloan QualityCare Program.

   The General Manager, Philips Health System West Africa, Rob Armstrong, stressed that it’s firm is aimed to contribute substantially to improving healthcare in Africa through innovative solutions that are tailored to local needs. 

   He said, many clinics across Nigeria would like to invest in new medical technology, but find it difficult to obtain the necessary finance.

    He noted that through this partnership we would be enable them to make quality Philips healthcare solutions available to a large group of people who need the service.
Commenting on the partnership, the Head, Director Banking, Diamond Bank Plc,Jude Anele, stressed “This partnership is a demonstration of the boundless. Possibilities the Diamond Mediloan QualityCare Program provides.




You may also like