Canara Bank joined hands with Apollo Munich
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Feb 7, 2014
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Public sector Bank Canara Bank and Health Insurance Company have decided to launch a plan jointly for the people suffering from type II Diabetes. Canara Bank and Apollo Munich will be working together for the first and will help the diabetes patients.

It has been reported that under this plan Apollo Munich will provide this offer to the customers of the Canara Bank. The Plan named ‘Energy’ will be available to the customers of the bank through the banking channels. Further Apollo Munich Health Insurance Chief Executive Officer Antony Jacob said that all the Bank customers who will take this plan, will have the access to all Apollo Munich Hospitals across the country for fitness, wellness and medical checkups.

The Main Aim of this joint venture is to enhance the fitness of the people. Initially the plan will begin in eight big cities. Through this plan they will try to avail the fitness tools to the people that will assist them in maintaining their health.

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