Public Health Plans

  • Consultation with General Practitioners and prescribed drugs
  • Health prevention and promotion: Family planning services excluding commodities, Dental care, HIV/AIDS
  • Management of simple infections/ infestations: Malaria, Enteritis/ typhoid fever, Nose and Throat infections etc
  • Management of minor injuries
  • Minor Surgical Procedures: incision & drainage, suturing of lacerations, minor burns, simple abrasions, etc
  • Excision of lump
  • Primary dental care
  • Management of non-communicable diseases
  • Screening and referral for Cancers, Diabetes and Hypertension.
  • Management of uncomplicated Hypertension and Diabetes.
  • Management of neurosis
  • Special Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) Services
  • Childbirth services
  • Normal delivery (spontaneous vaginal delivery) by skilled attendant
  • Normal delivery
  • Repair of birth injuries and episiotomy
  • New born care and prompt referral
  • Basic and Comprehensive Emergency obstetric care
  • Essential drugs for Emergency Obstetric care (EmOC)
  • Blood transfusion services – Screening etc
  • Basic laboratory investigations
  • Management of sickle cell disease
  • Allergic conditions
  • Poisoning
  • Accidents and Emergency
  • Consultation and treatment by specialist such as surgeons, paediatricians, ophthalmologist, etc
  • Emergency cases outside place of residence.
  • Admission (maximum of fifteen days cumulative per year)
  • Basic and Comprehensive Emergency obstetric care
  • Management of Preterm/Pre-labour Rupture of Membrane (P/PROM)
  • Surgeries: Appendicectomy, Hernia repair, Hydrocelectomy, Management of Fractures
  • Dental care: Amalgam filling, Simple and surgical tooth extraction
  • Management of non-communicable diseases
  • Management of emergencies, Management of emergencies such as accidents, severe asthmatic attack, severe shock, moderate to severe poisoning etc.
  • Psychiatry, such as Management of psychoses
  • Laboratory investigations at secondary level of care
  • Out-patient care, including necessary consumables as in NHIS Standard Treatment Guidelines and Referral Protocol
  • Prescribed drugs, pharmaceutical care and diagnostic tests as contained in the NHIS Drugs Lists and NHIS Diagnostics Test Lists.
  • Maternity (ante-natal, delivery and post-natal) care for four pregnancies ending in live births under the NHIS for every insured enrollees in the Formal Sector Programme. Additional care if any still birth.
  • All live births eligible to cover will be covered during the post natal period of twelve (12) weeks from the date of delivery.
  • All preterm/premature babies eligible to cover shall be covered for twelve (12) weeks from the date of delivery.
  • Preventive care, including immunization, as it applies in the National Programme on Immunization, health and family planning education, Adult Immunization viz: HPV, Hepatitis etc
  • Consultation with specialist, such as physicians’ pediatricians, obstetricians, gynecologists, general surgeon, orthopaedic surgeons, ENT surgeons, dental surgeons, radiologists, psychiatrists, ophthalmologists, physiotherapists, etc
  • Hospital care in a standard ward for a stay limited to cumulative 21 days per year following referral.
  • Eye examination and care, the provision of low priced spectacles but excluding contact lenses.
  • A range of prostheses (limited to prosthesis produced in Nigeria)
  • Annual medical checkup unrelated to illness

About Us

AIICO Multishield Limited started operations in 1997 and is one of the first set of Health Maintenance Organizations accredited by the National Health Insurance Scheme.
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