Sun Life has announced a new initiative that seeks to offer high-net-worth (HNW) clients in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan access to PinnacleCare's specialised private health advisory services.
The initiative by Sun Life enables HNW Clients in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan to access PinnacleCare’s Premier Access program at a significantly reduced rate. Additionally, new HNW clients meeting certain insured sum thresholds are eligible for complimentary Premier Access, along with a two-hour virtual consultation with Dr Miles Varn, chief medical officer of Sun Life US and CEO of PinnacleCare.
“For more than 20 years, we’ve been providing personal health guidance to clients and helping them access expert medical opinions to ensure the right diagnoses, treatment and care,” Dr Varn said. “We’re pleased to expand our support to help more people navigate often complex healthcare situations to allow them to focus on healing with the goal of improving outcomes.”
PinnacleCare, a US-based private health advisory firm and a part of the Sun Life group, offers personalised guidance and access to leading medical experts and specialists in the United States. The services provided by PinnacleCare extend beyond traditional medical solutions, offering guidance to advanced research and modern treatment options, connecting with top specialists, and offering concierge support for appointment scheduling and securing.
Mr Karim Gilani, president of Sun Life for Greater China, Singapore, and international high net worth, also spoke about the partnership with PinnacleCare, emphasising the aim of providing confidential, world-class private health advice and services to assist clients and their families in their healthcare decisions.
“PinnacleCare provides access to many of America's leading medical specialists including oncology, neurology, and cardiology as well as a wide array of medical resources to help clients make well-informed decisions and solve healthcare challenges. This reinforces our commitment to helping clients achieve lifetime financial security and live healthier lives,” Mr Gilani said, reported Insurance Business.