SOURCE: Assist America

Assist America

May 22, 2013 22:30 ET

Deep Tours and Travels Chooses Assist America for Global Emergency Assistance Services

MUMBAI, INDIA--(Marketwired - May 22, 2013) -  Deep Tours and Travels (DTT), a Mumbai based IATA approved proprietor travel firm, announced today that it has partnered with Assist America to provide global emergency assistance services to its members.

Effective immediately, Assist America will support DTT's members in India with services including medical referral and monitoring, emergency medical evacuation, repatriation, hospital admission assistance, companion transport and more, if they become ill or injured while traveling 150 kilometers or more away from home, or in another country. 

Managing Director of DTT, Kapil Sharma says, "We are excited and happy to be a business associate of Assist America in India and offer this unique program to our members. This will be a real value-add to our array of services besides providing peace of mind to our members when they are traveling."

"With DTT's recent diversification into health and wellness services, this is a great time to for our companies to join forces," says Brian J. Mulligan, President and CEO of Assist America. "The goals of both of our organizations -- to ensure members get the best care possible, when and where they need it -- are very much aligned. We are excited about this partnership."

Founded in 2002, DTT is currently expanding their service offering from being solely travel related into various healthcare services like wellness, yoga and medical tourism to name a few. For more information about DTT, visit

Founded in 1990, Assist America is the world's largest provider of global emergency assistance services in partnership with employee benefit plans. The company has a strong presence in India and serves more than 30 million members and over 300,000 enterprises through programs from the world's most prominent group benefit providers. For more information about Assist America, visit

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