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Cardio Care signs deal with Telenor Health

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Mohammad Nuruzzaman, Chief Executive Officer, Daffodil Family and Ahmed Tuhin Reza, Head Loyalty Partnerships and B2B of Telenor Health are exchanging the agreement documents signed recently in the city.

Life Report :
For the implementation of digital health service and ensure 24 hours better services for the patients Cardio Care Hospital a sister concern of Daffodil Family and Telenor Health signed a MoU recently at Corporate office of Daffodil Family.
Mohammad Nuruzzaman, Chief Executive Officer, Daffodil Family and Ahmed Tuhin Reza, Head Loyalty Partnerships & B2B of Telenor Health signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organizations. Sabbir Ahmed Polash, Joint Director, Mustafa Kamal, Deputy Director, Md. Anowar Habib Kazal, Sr Assistant Director (PR) of Daffodil Intenational University, Md. Nasiruddin, In-Charge, Md. Karim Sarker, Manager of Cardio Care Specialized and General Hospital, Fatema Sultana, General Manager, Farzana Amin, Business Development Specialist, Mohita Nath, Partnerships and Loyalty Specialist, Tawfiq Hasan, Partnerships and Loyalty Manager of Telenor Health were present on behalf of their respective organizations at the ceremony.  
Under this agreement all the Tonic member of Telenor Health will get special discount facilities from all types of treatment like Diagnostic service, Patient Admission bill, Consultations, Medicine etc. Cardio Care Hospital also committed to provide quality medical services. Telenor also providing digital health care service among the random people those who are called at 789 for emergency situation and they will refer the patient to Cardio Care Hospital for the better treatment if needed.  

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