DSCHC CELEBRATES OBOREVWORI’S 100 DAYS IN OFFICE, TARGETS 100,000 NEW ENROLLEES

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By Pat Gbemudu

In celebration of our Governor’s exceptional 100 days in office, the Delta State Contributory Health Commission (DSCHC) is proud to announce its bold Initiative to enroll 100,000 new informal sector enrollees into the Health Insurance Scheme.

Functioning Director General Dr. Alfred Ebiakofa

Registering for the scheme, as emphasized by the Functioning Director-General, Dr Alfred Ebiakofa, allows these enrollees to bid farewell to exorbitant hospital bills and embrace the benefits of affordable healthcare.

Dr. Ebiakofa called on all public-spirited individuals, religious leaders, philanthropists, traditional rulers, Honorable members, and well-meaning residents of Delta State to support the campaign.

“We urge them to sponsor a minimum of 100 persons in their locality, enabling quality accessible healthcare to all and build a healthier Delta today,” he said.

He said that every Delta State resident, regardless of their profession or financial status, deserved affordable and high-quality healthcare.

“Through our robust health scheme, individuals can enjoy comprehensive medical coverage at an incredibly low premium of just 7,000 Naira per year,” he added.

Stressing that the Premium could save families from the burden of financial strain during medical emergencies, while providing them with peace of mind and access to the care they need.

He asserted that the Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, had been a strong advocate of accessible healthcare and was committed to improving the quality of life of every resident of Delta State.

Guided by his leadership, this campaign strives to create a sustainable healthcare system that benefits all residents.

He called on everyone to embrace the movement toward affordable healthcare,
stressing: “Let us join hands and work collectively to reshape the healthcare landscape of Delta State”, by ensuring that no one is left behind in their pursuit of a healthier life.” “””