Adonis Medical Group works with all insurance companies under voluntary medical insurance programs, the share of insurance patients in the group structure is up to 50%, it was noted during a presentation for insurance companies of the opening of a new branch – a full-cycle medical center in Sofiyivska Borschahivka.
“Adonis is a priority partner for insurance companies and a reliable medical base for insured patients, offering full-cycle services, including specialist appointments, hospital, surgery, dentistry, its own laboratory for testing, pregnancy and childbirth monitoring, and emergency medical care. The company has an international department to attract patients from all over the world,” the medical group said in a statement.
It is also reported that the presentation was attended by representatives of insurance companies Providna, Kniazha Vienna Insurance Group, INGO, ASKA, Kraina, UNIQA, European Insurance Alliance, Inter-Express as well as TBT-Insurance Broker.
As reported, Adonis Medical Group launched its own ambulance service in 2021.
Adonis is a network of private full-cycle medical centers for adults and children.
The private clinic Adonis was established over 20 years ago. Its network includes ten branches in Kyiv and the region, including two of its own maternity hospitals and a stem cell laboratory. In the branches of the clinic, doctors conduct appointments in 60 medical directions.
State-run Enterprise Ukrenergo on June 26 ceased accepting bids for a tender to provide voluntary medical insurance services to its employees, according to the ProZorro electronic procurement system.
Four insurance companies – Krayina, Krona, NaftaGazStrakh, and Kniazha Vienna Insurance Group (all – Kyiv-based) – submitted their bids.
As reported, the expected bid was estimated at UAH 8.187 million.
The tender will be held on August 1.
Ukrenergo operates trunk and interstate power grids, as well as performs the centralized dispatching of the united energy system in the country. The company is a state-owned enterprise; it is subordinate to the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry. It will be reorganized into a private joint-stock company.
Ukrenergo unites eight regional electric power grids: the Dniprovska, Donbaska, Zakhidna, Krymska, Pivdenna, Pivdenna-Zakhidna, Pivnichna, and Tsentralna.