MEXICO CITY — With an investment of US$120 million, AXA Seguros in collaboration with the Colombian health promotion group Keralty will open 50 accessible health care centers in the country.

Daniel Bandle, CEO of AXA mentioned that the investment is aimed at 2024. This health system will offer first-contact private care in general medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, as well as consultations on specialties such as orthopedics, urology or dermatology.

The alliance expects that during the first year of operation it will offer first contact medical care to more than 100,000 users

In addition, Alejandro Pérez, director of AXA Keralty mentioned that for now they will offer their services through BBVA financing and will seek to provide other ways of payment.

“AXA Keralty will facilitate the access of more Mexicans to their health care through an electronic clinical summary. Actually, this business model, will generate about 1,000 direct jobs during the first year of operations,” he said.

Source: Milenio

Login to Digital Content

Subscribe to our Newsletter Bulletin