Nigeria’s foremost Health Management Organisation, Hygeia HMO has added yet another feather to its cap having emerged the Africa Best Rated HMO at the 2nd ADM National Development Forum and Award of Excellence held in Lagos recently.
The event which was held at Sheraton Hotels, Ikeja was organized by African Development Magazine (ADM) an organization which according to its publisher, Ayo Ilesanmi “is poised to drive development across the African regions by promoting informative discourse that will serve as catalyst for the rejuvenation of the African economy”.
Obinnia Abajue, chief executive officer, Hygeia HMO commended the organisers of the awards for finding Hygeia HMO worthy of such recognition. His words “We are most appreciative of this laudable gesture coming from ADM, It definitely shows that there is something we are doing right. We cannot but dedicate this award to our customers who have believed in us enough to entrust their healthcare into our hands and also our Healthcare Providers; the hospitals and clinics who have always helped us to deliver on the promises that we make to our enrollees. We also celebrate all our other partners and business associates even as we promise to always ensure prompt delivery of quality healthcare to our enrollees”
According to the organisers of the awards, Hygeia HMO was selected for the coveted award because of its focus on consistently delivering quality healthcare service and the high level of professionalism exhibited over the decades
Hygeia HMO has been at the forefront of providing quality managed care for the past 30 years. The company has built an enviable reputation working with a wide network of hospitals including Lagoon Hospitals among over 600 hospitals in their private hospital network and over 1500 hospitals in the public sector network.
This growing network of hospitals has a nationwide presence including all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.
Hygeia HMO is part of the Hygeia Group which is majorly owned by a consortium comprising IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, together with IFHA-II Co-operatiev U.A. (IFHA-II), a private equity fund focused on investing in the healthcare sector in Sub-Saharan Africa, Swiss Re, the reinsurance company and CIEL Healthcare Limited, a pan-African healthcare company.