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Makati Medical Center patients can now extend more benefits through the MakatiMed Patient ID Card powered by MVP Rewards

Makati Medical Center patients can now enjoy deals and privileges through the MakatiMed Patient ID Card which is now powered by MVP Rewards. Patients can unlock deals and discounts by showing their card to partner establishments nationwide.

Makati Medical Center patients can now enjoy deals and privileges through the MakatiMed Patient ID Card which is now powered by MVP Rewards. Patients can unlock deals and discounts by showing their card to partner establishments nationwide.

Along with easier and accurate registration benefits, the MakatiMed Patient ID card with the MVP Rewards sticker will allow patients to earn points when they avail of the hospital’s healthcare services. Each point is equivalent to Php 1.00. Earn 1 point for every:
• Php 300 spent on Outpatient services
• Php 1,000 spent on Inpatient or Emergency services
*With the condition that the full hospital bill is settled upon discharge
**Points earned will be credited to the account after 7 days


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Points can also be used to pay for future hospital services. Those who are enrolled in the program also have the chance to win prizes in the monthly members-only raffle promos.

Download the MVP Rewards app – available on the App Store and Google Play Store – to discover more surprises in store.

Enroll now and enjoy the benefits of MVP Rewards and more! You may call 88888 999 local 7193 or visit the Medical Concierge (1st Floor, Tower 1) for more details.

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