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Manulife’s cashless day surgery e-service offered at HKBH Ambulatory Medical Centre

HKBH offers a HK$500 electronic coupon to select customers of Manulife. 

Manulife Hong Kong has partnered with Hong Kong Baptist Hospital (HKBH) to offer better customer access in an outpatient setting through HKBH’s Ambulatory Medical Center.
Located in the International Trade Tower (ITT) at the heart of Kowloon East, the HKBH Ambulatory Medical Centre is a one-stop modern medical services centre where patients can receive medical checkups, day endoscopies, and imaging services.  

Under the collaboration, eligible Manulife medical insurance customers can now use its cashless day surgery eService, the market’s first fully digitized cashless service for day surgeries, at the HKBH Ambulatory Medical Centre.

To encourage people to undergo screening tests and identify health conditions early, HKBH will offer HK$500 electronic coupon to Manulife’s Life and Health and Individual Insurance Policy customers. This coupon can be used for selected medical services, including health check-ups and skin treatments.

The HKBH Ambulatory Medical Centre is a new addition to Manulife’s cashless day surgery eService network, which currently consists of over 100 preferred providers including specialists and day surgery centres across Hong Kong.

Manulife recently committed to a new office lease agreement at ITT. 

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