Apollo Hospital offers pick-up and drop-off at the airport in Kolkata for Jamuna Bank’s cardholders


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Apollo Hospital offers pick-up and drop-off at the airport in Kolkata for Jamuna Bank’s cardholders

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Card holders of Jamuna Bank Limited will get facilities for pick-up and drop-off at the airport and ambulance services in Kolkata, India, when they are set to be patients of the Apollo Multispecialty Hospitals Limited there, according to a press release.

An agreement was signed recently between these entities at JBL’s head office in Dhaka. Managing Director and CEO of Jamuna Bank Mirza Elias Uddin Ahmed and Chief Executive Officer of Apollo Hospitals (Eastern Region) Rana Dasgupta signed the papers.

According to the press release, the Apollo Multispecialty Hospitals will also allow patients to avail themselves of up to 30% discounts on different fees related to treatment and diagnostic services at the hospital.

Deputy Managing Director of the Jamuna Bank A. K. M. Atiqur Rahman, Head of Corporate Md. Shahidul Islam, Head of Treasury Md. Mehedi Hasan, Head of Credit Administration Md. Mukhlesur Rahman, Head of HR Abul Faisal Mannan, Head of Card Adnan Mahmud Ashraf-Uz-Zaman, Bangladesh Representative of Apollo Multispeciality Hospitals Limited, M.M. Masumuzzaman, Senior Marketing Manager Srijib Ghosh, and senior officials of both organizations attended the signing ceremony.


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