Africa’s Leading health service provider, Investcorp Medicare Limited, has unveiled its new identity to be Wellness Health Management Services Limited.
The company revealed that the decision to rebrand followed its desire for better service delivery for the benefit of everyone.
According to the company’s Executive Director, Mrs. Adetutu Afolabi, the latest development was to reposition and excel in the role of providing quality healthcare solution that offered superior services which the company was known for and that the organisation’s new name came with a wide-range of improved healthcare services designed to meet the needs of every client.
“We work with our corporate partners to develop innovation and high quality healthcare solutions that offer superior service experience, more convenience and flexible which ensures that our customers derive maximum value for their money.
“Some of the benefits enjoyed by our customers include but are not limited to: Flexibility-which ensures that clients can change their hospital/service providers and also upgrade their health plan benefits at any time during the policy period; convenience-which allows our registered client with a membership card to access, our national network of over 1200 best-in-class primary, secondary and specialist hospital even when they are outside their area of residence without stress.
“Also, with our seamless referral system, clients can take maximum advantage of the wide range of medical specialist available within and outside our network of service providers through our end-to-end referral system”, Adetutu stated.
She also introduced the company’s new structure which is clients’-focused. According to her, the latest which is called ‘Client Engagement Programme’ permitted continuous engagement and interaction with clients while clients could also enjoy regular updates on their health plan and have access to general health information.
This programme includes a monthly e-newsletter, on-site health talks and health checks as well as short message service on topical health issues.