Medical Services

Corporate Health Care

Corporate healthcare refers to healthcare services provided or facilitated by companies for their employees. These services often include health insurance plans, on-site medical clinics, wellness programs, and health education initiatives. Corporate healthcare aims to promote employee health, reduce absenteeism, improve productivity, and enhance overall employee well-being. It may also include occupational health services, such as injury prevention programs and return-to-work initiatives, to ensure a safe and healthy work environment. Overall, corporate healthcare plays a crucial role in supporting the health and welfare of employees while also benefiting the company by fostering a more productive and engaged workforce.

Skin Cancer Clinic

Skin cancer refers to the abnormal growth of skin cells, typically caused by damage from ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or artificial sources such as tanning beds. It is the most common type of cancer globally and primarily affects the outer layer of the skin (epidermis). There are several types of skin cancer, with the most common ones being basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma.

Workplace Medical

Workplace medical services refer to healthcare services provided to employees within or in close proximity to their workplace. These services are aimed at promoting employee health and safety, preventing work-related injuries and illnesses, and facilitating prompt medical attention and care when needed. Workplace medical services may be offered by employers directly, through onsite clinics or health centers, or through arrangements with external healthcare providers.