AAR Health Care Limited General Manager Charles Kariuki says this is after partnering with all insurance providers in the country to allow medical insurance card holders to access their out-patient medical services.
Kariuki says apart from those who have bought medical insurance, any patient can also access services through cash payment options.
“AAR Health Care is now open to all. Anybody who has an insurance card can access our service in our out-patient centers countrywide. We have 10 centers in Nairobi and the other five outside Nairobi. We have one in Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Eldoret and now in Thika,” Kariuki explains.
Kariuki says as AAR celebrates 30 years in the healthcare business, it was time to expand and allow many to enjoy their services.
AAR Health Care has now launched a campaign titled ‘KAARIBU’ that also seeks to change the perception that these their services are only open to members as was the case previously.
It also focuses on the patronage from key corporate partners, drawn especially from the medical insurance sector that AAR Healthcare has brought on board as a way to achieve this.
“We are no longer limiting access to our medical services to AAR Insurance members only; our doors are open to all those who are in need of medical services irrespective of their preferred payment method,” Kariuki says.
The firm offers comprehensive healthcare plans for both corporate and individuals. Through the out-patient centres, AAR Health Care offers preventative, diagnostic and curative services to clients from all walks of life in addition to rescue and evacuation services.
“As pioneers in the provision of private healthcare in the region, AAR Health Care’s success has largely been driven by our people and their commitment to always offer high quality and affordable healthcare.”
In 2012 AAR evolved into AAR Health Care Limited which provides medical services through its clinic network, and AAR Insurance Limited which offers medical and non-medical insurance products.