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CH17 CEO Jumar Preena (left) exchanging document with Access Group companies Ninewells Hospital and Foresight Engineering’s Marketing Director Nilantha Rathnayake.


Popular loyalty platform CH17 Loyalty has engaged Ninewells Hospital for specialty medical facilities and services for the female loyalty membership in the corporate sector.

Ninewells is a star-class specialty treatment centre for all types of medical facilities from pre to post natal treatment, including wide ranging healthcare investigations and wellness for women. 

The centre has attracted local as well as overseas patients for their professional, friendly and courteous service including its star-class atmosphere. 

“We are happy to partner with Ninewells for their reputation in the health care industry,” CH17 CEO Jumar Preena said.

“Under this arrangement any corporate Ch17 Loyalty member can avail themselves of privilege discounts and un-paralleled services throughout the year,” he added. “We want the best of maternity and personal wellness facilities for our female membership to be provided at an affordable rate. We are working out different schemes for different income groups within our loyalty programs while the service will remain the same.”Ch17 Loyalty is a multi-tiered, scalable and multi-functional platform. Its program is a non-intrusive, convenient and just-plug-and-operate program designed for any retail vendor who wishes to integrate customers for long term relationship.

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