Centuria Medical Makati soft opens with great promos
World-class outpatient center Centuria Medical Makati celebrates its soft opening by offering up to 60 percent off on selected medical procedures and products. From today until May 31, patients can avail of exclusive discounts and promos from selected clinics and establishments including Maxicare, Advanced Lab Solutions and the Dental Group.
The Centuria Urgent Care Clinic, a 24-hour primary care center that caters to emergency medical situations, offers a 50 percent discount on all consultations while diagnostics clinic Advanced Lab Solutions offers a 15 percent discount on all individual regular tests.
As much as 50 percent off is also offered by The Surgery Century for those who wish to undergo cosmetic surgery and dermatology procedures. Patients may also opt to stay at Centuria’s plush and hotel-style executive guest rooms with an introductory price slash of 20 percent on all regular suites. Special deals are also offered by Lifeline Ambulance Rescue, Inc., the country’s first and only dedicated Emergency Quick Response service and Centuria’s partner, for those who wish to avail of membership.
Meanwhile, healthcare provider Maxicare treats patients to a 10 percent discount on all healthcare pre-paid cards that can be applied to one-time emergency cases and conditions. Patients are also entitled to a free hearing test using Pure Tone Audiometry courtesy of the ENT Specialists and Hearing Center located on the 9th level. Price markdowns for services such as Clinica Medica 101’s vector scan (non-invasive, no radiation, whole body scan) and Dental Group’s teeth whitening and prophylactic care are also available for the duration of the promo period.
Centuria Medical Makati is a 28-storey medical arts building in Century City, Kalayaan Avenue, Makati City. The IT-powered outpatient center houses more than 500 doctors’ clinics and premier facilities. For information, contact the Centuria Medical Makati concierge at 793-8611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: The Standard | May 11, 2016