Butterfield launches Health Plus service
Butterfield Bank has added a new perk exclusively for its high net worth customers.
It’s offering private banking clients assistance in scheduling a health exam at Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore.
The service, called Health Plus, is offered in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine International.
“Top-notch service is of utmost importance to us,” says Nir Sadeh, Butterfield’s head of private banking. “We already offer our Private Banking clients a comprehensive range of wealth-management services. Now, through Health Plus and our collaboration with Johns Hopkins, we can connect them with the same level of service and expertise when it comes to their healthcare.”
The service gives them direct access to care coordinators at Johns Hopkins.
A comprehensive exam can be scheduled in Baltimore with Johns Hopkins internal medicine experts for a single day, with a possible second day if additional tests are required.
The Bank said dedicated care coordinators will assist clients with arranging medical evaluations and any follow-up or additional appointments.
“They will also facilitate medical second opinions remotely, consultations between Johns Hopkins and local physicians or any travel arrangements related to a medical visit to Baltimore, such as concierge services for local dining and entertainment, and waterfront hotel accommodations in the heart of the city’s prestigious Harbor East neighbourhood, “ the Bank said
Other Health Plus benefits include a free subscription to Johns Hopkins Medicine magazine, special Johns Hopkins e-news, and invitations to on-island health events hosted by Butterfield and led by Johns Hopkins clinical/medical experts. A dedicated web portal will provide the most up-to-date information about Health Plus.
“We are delighted to offer this new information and service package to our clients,” says Mr. Sadeh. “At Butterfield, the well-being of our clients, financial and otherwise, is a top priority and we are proud to collaborate with an organisation as prestigious as Johns Hopkins Medicine.”
Butterfield’s private banking clients typically have $1,000,000 in combined deposits and investments at Butterfield, or have or require loans totalling more than $1,000,000.