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Allianz Launches Medical Plan For Type 2 Diabetics
Last update: 03/11/2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 3 (Bernama) -- Allianz Malaysia Bhd's unit, Allianz Life Insurance Malaysia Bhd, today launched the 'Allianz Diabetic Essential' medical plan for Type 2 diabetics.

Allianz Life Insurance Malaysia's†Chief Executive Officer, Joseph Gross, said those who already had†a medical plan could top-up their current coverage.

"The medical plan†offers those with†Type 2 diabetes a chance to get medical coverage†and make living with diabetes less of a struggle," he told reporters at the launch†here†today.

Meanwhile, in a†statement today, Allianz Malaysia said, the plan offered†comprehensive medical coverage with a choice of four medical plans that would help cover the cost of hospitalisation and†surgery,†intensive care unit and obtaining a second medical opinion.

"For those seeking medical care beyond hospitalisation, the plan provides access to†outpatient treatment†for cancer, dialysis, dengue and enteric fever treatment as well as emergency accidental out-patient treatment," it said.

It said the customers would also enjoy†annual premium discounts of†up to 40 per cent†for improving and maintaining their health.

Allianz Malaysia Bhd has two insurance subsidiaries in Malaysia - Allianz General Insurance Co†(M) Bhd and Allianz Life Insurance (M) Bhd.

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