Tabani Group, a renowned business conglomerate in Pakistan, has acquired the world’s first and only Sharia-Compliant OPD Company Siha Health and Wellness Private Limited as a subsidiary. The company has been accredited unanimously by 17 Islamic scholars from Pakistan, Africa, UAE, India, and Bangladesh as a fully Shariah-compliant entity. Siha specializes in tailor-made cashless health and wellness solutions according to the needs of the client’s eco-system.
These services are provided to clients across all industries in Pakistan where Siha curates, supports and coordinates employees through a one-stop cashless outpatient solution providing access to doctors, pharmacists, labs, diagnostic centers and medicines.
It provides a one-stop, high-quality health and wellness solution to increase employee satisfaction, resulting in better employee engagement.After the incorporation into the Tabani group, the network of Siha is set to further in Pakistan and different countries.“We were very impressed with the dedicated professionals of Siha Health & Wellness during our due diligence process and we strongly believe our combination will significantly enhance our offerings to clients and prospects across the country.
I look forward to welcoming Siha colleagues joining us as part of Tabani Group to our growing family of professionals.” Said MuneebTabani, Director of Tabani Group and Siha Health &Wellness.Siha’s team comprises of global experts from the healthcare and the insurance industry. It aims to introduce global standards of quality health and wellness services in Pakistan have been incorporated into Siha’sblueprint.Speaking at the signing ceremony, Siha’s Chief Executive and Co-Founder, Adnan Mustafa Siddiquistated
‘This partnership will reshape how health and wellness services are perceived, delivered and valued in Pakistan; we are the pioneers of cashless OPD solutions in Pakistan – it is the first of its kind in the country. We see healthcare provision as a reactive service- we believe that the focus should shift towards disease prevention which requires a great deal of proactivity.‘