Minet Kenya Enlists 32 New Health Facilities to The Teachers’ Medical Scheme

Minet Kenya Enlists 32 New Health Facilities to The Teachers’ Medical Scheme

Insurance Brokerage firm, Minet Kenya has enlisted 32 new medical centres to the teachers’ medical scheme. 

This brings to the number of medical facilities that are available to teachers in Kenya to 500.

Minet Kenya is the administrator of the Teacher Service Commission (TSC) Medical Scheme that provides medical services to teachers in Kenya. 

The scheme covers over 1,036,000 lives which include 332,000 registered teachers and their dependants countrywide.

“As the scheme administrator, Minet will continue to ensure access to medical services for teachers within the scheme’s rules and regulations,” Minet Kenya General Manager, Managed Medical Care, Mr. Edwin Kegode said.

The recent additions in Nairobi include:

Coptic Hospital

Ruai Family Hospital (along Kangundo road)

Oasis Nairobi Limited at Adams Arcade

Ruai Family Specialist Hospital

Komarock Modern Hospital

Jumuia Hospital in Huruma

Nairobi West Hospital.

Others include:

Nakuru Specialist Hospital

Naivasha Quality Medical Centre

AIC Kijabe Hospital – Naivasha

Benta and Leaon (B&L) Healthcare Limited

Ndonyo Healthcare in Naivasha;

Fatima Mission Hospital in Kajiado;

St. Theresa Kiirua,

Fortis Diagnostics Centre & Hospital,

Meru Doctors Plaza,

Meru Jordan Hospital,

Sanitas Family Hospital in Meru;

Jocham Hospital, Diani Beach Hospital – Likoni,

Mewa Hospital,

Utange Hospital,

Ganjoni Hospital in Mombasa.

Teachers can access the services remotely via a free short message code *202*07# and the following website collaborationkenya.minet.com/tscresponse.

In May, Minet Kenya partnered with SASAdoctor virtual medical clinic to launch a telemedicine solution to provide online live video medical consultation services for patients.

Ailments that will be treated through the virtual clinic include; gastrointestinal infections, depression and anxiety, menstrual problems, STIs, chronic conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure, common colds and coughs as well as skin and eye infections.