One of the nation’s leading health care insurance company, AXA Mansard Health, has introduced a new health plan called “Easy Care Health Insurance Plan” to help Nigerians access affordable and quality health plan.

AXA Mansard Health a member of the AXA Mansard Group is duly regulated by National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).

Speaking yesterday on the newly introduced health care plan, the chief executive officer, AXA Mansard Health, Tope Adeniyi said that, “With this plan, our customers will have access to the hospitals in their area of choice.”

Adeniyi added that those who subscribe to their health care plans will have an additional opportunity of selecting the hospital of their choice from their dashboard on MyAXA Mobile app, where they can search for and book a hospital.

“We are pleased to announce the Easy Care health plan to our customers with the assurances of superior service delivery,” he said.

According to Adeniyi, asides from all the various medical services offered on the plan, customers would also be able to beat long queues, request an out of pocket reimbursement and access the 24/7 Customer Contact Centre.

He said customers can also select a payment option by either paying for a full year or half year health cover and enjoy access to a growing list of over 30 hospitals nationwide.

“AXA Mansard is renowned to be at the forefront of health improvement and the company has continued to make a difference in the lives of her customers through their other offerings in investment and pension administration in Nigeria,” he said.

He explained that with Easy Care health insurance plan, a subscriber can access various health care services with as low as N12,000 premium.

“This health plan covers In and out patient care, general and specialist consultation, X-Rays, laboratory and diagnostic tests.

“Other health care benefits accessible to subscribers on the plan include NPI immunizations, prescribed medicines and drugs, accidents and emergencies, dental care, evacuation of patients to the hospital – to the extent of diagnosis and treatment at free specialist centres nationwide,” he added.