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Total Health Trust celebrates clients, commits to a healthy Nigeria

Leading Health Maintenance Organisation (HMO), Total Health Trust, who turns 21 years this year, hosted a cross section of its clients at a cocktail event in Lagos on to appreciate their support. The company reaffirmed its commitment to continuously add value to health insurance in Nigeria.

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Speaking at the event, CEO, Nick Zaranyika said THT has established itself as the leading provider of managed healthcare in Nigeria and its unrivalled 21-year industry track record has seen THT build a formidable reputation in Nigeria, making it the HMO of choice for over 200,000 members, over 500 corporate clients as well a key partner to the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) under whose supervision the company provides cover for selected government institutions.

The company’s success as a leading HMO in Nigeria attracted interest from an international investor which led to the introduction of a new innovative comprehensive fee for service health insurance product in Nigeria, which provides enrolees the freedom of choice when accessing health care, a first for Nigeria.

THT has one of the largest networks of independent service providers, made up of over 700 private healthcare facilities and more than 1800 NHIS-accredited clinics and hospitals throughout Nigeria.

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“Our services over the years have been consistent with the quality we espouse. We are proud to say THT helps make Nigeria healthier. We enable our customers to access affordable, reliable healthcare and we support healthcare providers in their efforts to deliver it. We manage healthcare so that our customers and our partners can thrive,” the CEO says.

He assured the company’s customers and partners of continuous superior services.

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