This model targets corporate clients only. Corporate clients are those who access services at the new hospital under the auspices of a corporate organization or establishment. The organization or body corporate under whose cover the client accesses the services would make payment to the hospital on behalf of the client. Corporate services will be provided under fee for service (cash or cheque payment) or under an insurance arrangement. Corporate organizations may subscribe to a Mutual Health Insurance Scheme, which will, in turn, make arrangements with the hospital for staff of that corporate organization to access services under that insurance cover.
The distinguishing feature of the corporate model is that it is a premium service. Premium charges will therefore apply as clients under the corporate umbrella will be given priority attention at all times. The corporate model of service delivery is intended to enable the hospital to generate revenue to cover losses that may be incurred through the provision of regular services.