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Qatar - QLM launches Family Health Insurance programs

Friday, 04 09 2021, Category: Insurance and Reinsurance, Country: Qatar
QLM Life and Health Insurance has announced the launch of a family insurance product with four different levels of coverage. This comes within the framework of a series of individual products targeting the individual services sector for citizens and residents of the State of Qatar who wish to obtain health insurance coverage for themselves and their family members.

The launch of this product comes in line with the company's steps that it takes to implement its future strategy aimed at enhancing communication with customers and providing distinctive services to them. The product will be available to all customers through its website and QLM office.

This product has many characteristics in which the customers' needs have been taken into consideration in order to become more suitable for what they are looking for in terms of coverage for health services expenses at the private medical sector, such as private hospitals, health centres, private clinics, dental centers and pharmacies.

Commenting on the family product launch, Ahmad Mohamed Zebeib, Deputy CEO of QLM Life and Health Insurance, said, “Recently we have witnessed an increasing demand for individual health insurance products and the desire of many different segments of society to obtain health care in the sector. This is why we have launched four family insurance programs that include comprehensive coverage or co-payments of medical services, and the four coverage levels range up to comprehensive coverage. The state’s great interest in health care has become the company’s biggest motivation to launch this product, which will contribute to the company's endeavor to achieve the Qatar National Vision 2030. "

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