The new Quest booking app goes live from tomorrow, April 23.
The new Quest booking app goes live from tomorrow, April 23.

Doctors, nurses and other frontline healthcare workers needing an apartment to self-isolate between shifts can now access heavily discounted rates via a new purpose-built booking app from Quest Apartment Hotels.

Dubbed ‘Quest Healthcare Assist’, the new online booking app goes live from tomorrow and can be accessed by CLICKING HERE. Healthcare professionals using the app can access services afforded to all Quest guests, including Room Service by Deliveroo and Quest Pantry Service for grocery shopping.

In addition, a new partnership between Quest and mindfulness app, Bloom, enables all guests booking via the app a free two-month subscription valued at $28.99. The app offers access to a range of mindfulness and relaxation techniques to assist in their emotional and psychological recovery and wellbeing. Exercises available include guided meditation, advice for obtaining the best night’s sleep among a variety of other resources.

Quest Chief Operating Officer, David Mansfield, said the initiative was the least the company could do to help frontline healthcare workers fighting COVID-19 on the front line.

“Australia’s healthcare professionals are doing an outstanding job, working on the frontlines to help treat people affected by Coronavirus and flatten the curve. These people are often needing to self-isolate between shifts in order to protect their own loved ones and communities – it’s an enormous sacrifice they’re making so we wanted to do something to help,” Mansfield said.