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How will service providers know I am covered by NMI?

Each eligible member is issued with a NMI card with a unique membership number.

The card bears the insurer’s name, picture, date of birth, policy expiration, membership number and name of employer if it’s a corporate enrollment.

  • NMI defines pre-existing condition as any medical condition for which medical advice, diagnosis, care or treatment was recommended or received, for at least in the last twenty-four (24) months prior to the date on which application for Cover was made.
  • The hospital needs to update their RX system to synchronize any new information on your enrollment.
  • Report immediately to NMI on 0800 222 222.
  • Do not leave the hospital premises until the issue is resolved
  • You will not be disqualified however NMI will not bear the cost/expenses arising from the treatment of that undeclared pre-existing medical condition.
  • Each member is required to visit any NMI accredited service providers [hospital, clinic, pharmacy]
  • The plan you choose, determines the hospital you can access.
  • You show your card to the health attendant and get the needed care required.
  • After you have received the medical care, you will receive an SMS notification with the total cost of medical services you received.
  • You can also check your medical history from the Nationwide RX application download from Google playstore or contact 0800 222 222 for more details on the app.
  • No, except in emergency situations or when the required care is not available within the network of NMI accredited service providers.
  • You are required to seek for pre-authorization from NMI before accessing care at any unaccredited care provider.
  • Emergency is an unexpectedly injury to or illness of a Beneficiary, which requires immediate medical intervention to preserve life.
  • You are required to pay if your NMI plan specific service provider isn’t available within the locality where the emergency occurred.
  • Submit the receipt and request forms to your Company HR or contact Nationwide immediately.
  • The pharmacist will cross out the drugs supplied on the prescription form
  • Run photocopy of the original prescription
  • You will be given a copy of the prescription form which would enable you take the remaining drugs on the prescription.
  • In case you are given a photocopied prescription, ensure that it is endorsed by the Pharmacist/pharmacy attendant.
  • This rarely happens but your medical cover ends immediately.
  • NMI notifies member(s) who exceed 70% of their utilization.
  • Members are encouraged to restrict medical expenses wherever possible to reasonable limits, so as to accumulate enough reserves for emergencies or sudden life threatening medical conditions.