Mubadala Health partners with Abu Dhabi Pension Fund to serve 67,000 pensioners

Pensioners and beneficiaries, both civilians and military covered in the fund’s services, will have access to the healthcare network

Mubadala Health partnered with Abu Dhabi Pension Fund to serve the medical needs of 67,000 pensioners and beneficiaries  of the fund.

Both civilians and military pensioners covered in the fund’s services will have access to Mubadala Health’s full network of healthcare providers, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

Hasan Jasem Al Nowais, chief executive of Mubadala Health, said through the shared facilities the companies "can co-ordinate on treatment plans for the ADPF pensioners".

Mubadala Investment Company, Abu Dhabi's strategic investment vehicle, said in January it will bring six of its fully-owned UAE-based medical assets into an integrated network for specialised care.

The integrated healthcare network will encompass Abu Dhabi Telemedicine Centre (ADTC), Amana Healthcare, Capital Health Screening Centre (CHSC), Healthpoint, Imperial College London Diabetes Centre (ICLDC) and the National Reference Laboratory (NRL).

Benefits available to the fund's pensioners, their first-degree relatives and beneficiaries of deceased pensioners include priority bookings, second opinions and access to special offers provided by Mubadala Health partners.

Khalaf Abdullah Rahma Al Hammadi, director general of Abu Dhabi Pension Fund, said the agreement comes within the scope of the fund's societal role and efforts to provide a package of various benefits for the pensioners.

The agreement covers services offered by Mubadala Health’s assets in its integrated health network, the statement added.

Besides Mubadala Health, the investment company's UAE assets include Emirates Global Aluminum, Strata, Yahsat, Mubadala Petroleum, G42, Zayed Sports City, Al Maryah Island and stakes in listed companies such as Aldar and Tabreed.