Avon HMO unveils health plans to address critical illnesses

To increase access to medical cover, Avon Healthcare Limited (Avon HMO) has introduced “Critical Care Top-Up Plans.” The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Adesimbo Ukiri, said the new offerings – Avon A.C.E. Global, Avon Revive, Avon Secure and Avon Secure Lite – are to provide people with extra protection from severe or terminal illnesses at an affordable premium.

She said: “These health plans have been designed to cater to a wide range of people at various income levels by providing them with increased coverage for hospitalisation, treatment and required rehabilitation in the event of critical, acute and life-threatening health conditions and emergencies.

Their benefits include coverage for all consultations, necessary investigations, medications and other treatments necessary for conditions such as cancer, renal failure, heart attack, stroke etc.

“For many Nigerians, having a plan from this range can be the difference between life and death, especially as they would not have to resort to crowd-funding on social media to pay hefty medical bills.”

First published in The Guardian on June 2, 2023

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