ODCHC to extend ORANGHIS to retirees,students, others – Dr Abiodun Oyeneyin

To ensure that health care becomes accessible to every resident in Ondo State, the State Contributory Health Commission (ODCHC) is set to roll out the Orange Health Insurance Scheme (ORANGHIS) for the informal sector, organized private sector, retirees, and students. Director-General of the Commission, Dr. Abiodun Oyeneyin stated this while speaking with The Hope in […]

ODCHC records 5,656 deliveries – Oyeneyin

One of the products of Ondo State Contributory Health Commission (ODCHC), Abiyamo Maternal and Child Health Insurance Scheme (AMCHIS) has recorded 5,656 deliveries in two years including 1,533 caesarean sections. Director-General of the Commission, Dr. Abiodun Oyeneyin disclosed this yesterday during a strategic review meeting with stakeholders and providers of AMCHIS in Akure. According to him, […]

ODCHC BEGINS ENROLLMENT OF BHCPFP BENEFICIARIES (THE HOPE APRIL12, 2021)

Following the formal launch of the Basic Health Care Provision Fund Programme (BHCPFP) in Ondo State a few weeks ago by the Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, the Ondo State Contributory Health Commission, which is the State Health Insurance Agency, commences the enrollment of beneficiaries today April 12, 2021. The programme being the second health Insurance […]

STOP EXODUS OF NIGERIA DOCTORS-OYENEYIN ( THE HOPE MONDAY OCTOBER 7, 2019 PAGE 3)

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Unless urgent steps are taken, Nigeria risks losing her high prized medical personnel to foreign countries due to archaic and poor medical facilities. This warning was given by the General Manager of Ondo State Contributory Health Commission, Dr. Abiodun Oyeneyin in Akure during a courtesy visit to Owena Press Limited. Oyeneyin said the high level […]

Making Ondo Contributory Health Commission work (The Hope Wednesday October 9, 2019)

With a frightening increase of over 200 million people, half of whom are irredeemably poor, accessibility to qualitative medical service remains a major problem in our country. In a country where incessant strike actions by health personnel are notorious and governments’ response is slow and nauseating, the challenges of providing qualitative health care can better […]