Namibia Health Plan (NHP) was established in 1995 to provide a world class, uniquely Namibian medical aid plan to help cover medical costs.
Since then, NHP has grown rapidly to become one of the largest medical aid funds in our country, providing for the healthcare needs of more than 54,000 beneficiaries. We are also the first choice for Namibians as shown by the results of the PMR Africa surveys where NHP was presented with the Diamond Arrow award for excellence in the medical aid industry in Namibia for six consecutive years (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015). NHP was also nominated the most efficient medical aid fund by healthcare providers in 2014.
While we are proud of these awards (which shows that we’re on the right track), ultimately NHP exists to provide you and your family with meaningful medical aid benefits that help you cover your medical costs. NHP believes that its ability to innovate is part of what sets it apart from its competitors. That is why we believe that our very reason for existence is all about you our members. We’re about you.
NHP produces an annual Benefit Guide. This Guide is written in a simple, easy-to-read language to help you understand your medical aid fund and how the Fund works. Download the latest Benefit Guide by clicking on the link below.
Please bear in mind that the Rules of the Fund may change and if there is any discrepancy between the Guide and the Rules, the Rules will apply. If you have any questions after reading through this Benefit Guide, please do not hesitate to contact NHP or your Client Liaison Officer.
The User Guide explains in brief the salient points contained in the Rules at present. You are provided with the User Guide only when joining the Fund.
Any subsequent changes to the Fund Rules as well as changes to the benefits and contributions will be announced in the summary of changes document annually. You will also receive a new copy of the Benefit Guide annually. Therefore it is important for you to retain the summary of changes form for future reference