Al Hilal Bank opens virtual clinic for staff

Bank employees can access online healthcare services through kiosks

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Al Hilal Bank opens virtual clinic for staff Al Hilal Bank has launched a virtual clinic for staff at its HQ.
By  Mark Sutton Published  March 12, 2018

Al Hilal Bank has launched a new virtual clinic to service employees at its headquarters in Abu Dhabi.

The virtual clinic has been established with National Takaful Company - Watania, to provide access to healthcare services for Al Hilal Bank staff. Employees are able to consult with doctors and other medical staff through a mobile phone app and through kiosks located in the bank's main office.

Al Hilal Bank CEO, Alex Coelho, said that the opening of the digital facility in the bank's headquarters reflects the care and attention that the bank pays to staff and serves as a value-added enhancement to our existing in-house services, explaining: "The virtual clinic is the dawn of a new era of health care delivery that embraces the promise of digital health. This partnership with Watania enables us to provide efficient delivery of medical care, and reflects our commitment to take good care of our employees."

Sultan Al Mahmood - Chief Human Resources Officer at Al Hilal Bank, said: "We care very much about the holistic health and development of our staff and have therefore introduced this state-of-the-art facility to help safeguard their physical and mental health. The kiosk and associated App uses the latest digital technology and provides an advanced platform through which medical professionals can dispense sound and immediate advice to staff."

National Takaful Company (Watania) CEO, Gautam Datta, added: "We are very privileged to be given the opportunity to partner with Hilal Bank in providing health insurance solutions for their employees and families. Our initiative of mobile doctor via kiosks and mobile application is aimed at increasing the awareness of good health and providing immediate medical access to members of our schemes. We believe that Al Hilal Bank's progressive approach will contribute to the wellbeing of their staff that will lead to growth and profitability."

The move comes as part of the Bank's strategy to safeguard the wellbeing of all employees.

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