Health Care Delivery: ZAMCHEMA Targets 420,000 Beneficiaries in Zamfara


From our Correspondent

Zamfara State Contributory Healthcare Management Agency (ZAMCHEMA), Hospital Service Management Board,  and Federal Medical Center have signed deal to provide quality healthcare services to the civil servants under the state contributory scheme.

This was disclosed by the Executive Secretary of the agency, Dr, Yusuf Abubakar during a Flagg off for commencement of medical and healthcare services for Zamfara state civil servants, held at General hospital Gusau.

Dr, Yusuf Abubakar said that, it was part of state government’s effort to provide healthcare delivery to both state and local government civil servants in the state.

He commended the state government for its effort toward the success of  healthcare services,  urging it to keep it up.

He explained that, ZAMCHEMA, has targeted 420, 000, enrollments which included biological children’s and family, adding that, we have 23 local hospitals,  17 private healthcare, and 147 Ward functional personalities in the state,  adding that, ZAMCHEMA, Hospital Service Management Board, and Federal Medical Center  have collaborated for the quality healthcare delivery in the state.

In his speech the state commissioner of health, Dr. Yahaya Muhammad kanoma, explained that, state government has concluded all its arrangement for providing doctors, and medicine to all healthcare delivery.

In his remarks the state Head of Service, Alhaji kabiru balarabe ( sardaunan Dan isa, shanttima Ambaruna), said that, the agency was set to provide medical and healthcare services to beneficiaries under the state civil servants both from the state and local governments.

 Alhaji kabiru balarabe, noted that, over 70,000 civil servants, 70,000, Spouses, 280,00, dependents of the civil servants would benefit from the ZAMCHEMA, calling on civil servants to be patient and cooperate with the agency especially during the enrollment of their various spouses and dependents.

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