The General Manager, Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA), Dr. Emmanuella Zamba, has assured the residents in the Lagos Division of affordable and quality healthcare. Speaking during the Ilera Eko Enrolment Drive at Maternal Child Centre (MCC), Eti-Osa, the General Manager said that enrollment on the health insurance scheme would enable residents to access prompt, cost-effective healthcare and also support funding of their healthcare needs.
The Lagos State Government has taken the enrolment of the newly relaunched ‘Ilera Eko’ a health Insurance scheme to the grassroot in a bid to create more awareness. The health plan, which is under the Lagos State Health Insurance Scheme, is geared towards the provision of adequate health care for Lagosians.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has enjoined all Lagos residents to embrace the State's health insurance scheme in a bid to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC).
The Lagos State Government in its determination to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC), promote Ilera Eko at the grassroots and increase the number of enrolment, has partnered with media organisations in the State.
The Lagos State Primary Health Care Board (LSPHCB) has said it will collaborate with the Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA) to ensure a healthy Lagos.
As part of efforts to boost access to effective, prompt, affordable, and quality healthcare services, the Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA) has urged residents of Epe and its environs to enroll in the Health Insurance plan.
To deepen access to health insurance, the Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA) has launched the Ilera Eko divisional office, at the Ikorodu General Hospital, Ikorodu, Lagos. Efforts are afoot to open more offices in other divisions of Lagos, LASHMA said.
In its determination to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC), the Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA), in conjunction with a Non-Governmental Agency (NGO), Save the Children International, has sensitised and enrolled indigenes as well as residents of Ikorodu on the ‘ILERA EKO’ Health Plan.