About Ark Medical Centre Ghana
Ark Medical Centre is a private healthcare facility located in Abeka Lapaz in Accra. We are dedicated to the provision of patient-oriented medical care for all our clients.
At Ark Medical, every person is different from the over 7 billion people in the world and must therefore be treated special with customized services that would suit the needs of the client and this is done in a homely environment.
Why Ark Medical Centre?
Our mantra “Friendly Healthcare” is a driving force behind what we do.
It requires that right from the entrance, through the OPD, consulting rooms, laboratory, pharmacy, wards etc, you should feel you are being treated by intimate friends who value the relationship and are happy to see you visit us. It requires us to have ample time for you, educate you on your condition & involve you in decision making concerning the healthcare solutions we are providing.
We recognize that clients have options to choose for their healthcare. We therefore feel honored that they chose to use our service and serve them so well that they know they made the right choice by choosing Ark Medical.
Experienced Accredited Doctors
Quality healthcare services from our experienced licensed and accredited doctors and health professionals.
Free Consultation (NHIS)
With your NHIS membership, you get Free Consultation & Affordable Treatment every time from our panel Doctors & medical staff.
All Round Services
One roof high-quality & advanced treatment, health check-up service for your perfect health. Visit our various departments sections to learn more.
Ark Medical Clinic offers emergency services for accidents, midnight ailments, and other unique medical incidents.
Insurance We Accept
BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE NHIS
The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) is a social intervention program introduced by government to provide financial access to quality health care for residents in Ghana. The NHIS is largely funded by:
- The National Health Insurance Levy (NHIL), which is 2.5% levy on goods and services collected under the Value Added Tax (VAT).
- 2.5 percentage points of Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) contributions per month
- return on National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) investments
- premium paid by informal sector subscribers.
Government allocation complements the funding of the scheme.
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