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2 Shaheen Bagh-based health entrepreneurs make health check-ups cheap through DOT card

Health check-ups are expensive and at times of disease breakout people lose large amount to medical check-ups.

dotcardTo address such a situation two health entrepreneurs in Okhla: Saud Ali Khan and Rajneesh Khatri has started unique methods to make check-ups cheap and available at residents’ doorsteps in Jamia Nagar, a deprived locality.

Operating from their office in Shaheen Bagh, Khan told OKHLATIMES.COM that they run area franchise of dotcard in South Delhi. DOT Card enables consumers to avail healthcare services and buy Healthcare products from providers at discounted prices.

“DOT card provides the flexibility of not only time but money to be able to lead a healthy life. Whether you are looking for discounts on healthcare or lifestyle benefits; we have it all to choose from to meet your needs. We have created this unique health card to help bridge the gap between affordable healthcare services and consumers burdened by the increasing cost of healthcare. Our goal is to make your healthcare experience as economical, painless and friendly as possible,” he said.

Khatri, one of the directors of the franchise, said the company has been operating in the locality for the last two months and the response has been modest with residents coming forward to avail their cards.

Single card is Rs 500 and family package of five comes for Rs 1,400, he told OKHLATIMES.COM.

The company has tied up with several local test laboratories in Okhla.

To get more information about the card contact Khan at 9873263384

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