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More youth investing in health care

More youth investing in health care

Nammed Medical Aid Fund recently announced the publication of the 2015 Annual Report, which contains vital information for stakeholders, members, individuals and organisations that are looking to join a medical aid fund.
According to the organisation, the Fund has had a successful year which is reflected in the strong results and activities initiated by them to enhance the lives of its membership.
Gert Grobler, Principal Officer of Nammed said; “We are very happy with the new dynamic look and feel of the report as it reflects where we are as an organisation and where we will be headed.’
“The Annual Report is a reflection of the hard work, dedication and trust that all our members, staff, trustees and members of the sub-committees have in us,” he added.
The report contains detailed information about the funds activities, e.g, the number of young members who joined the fund, which went up in the period 2014 and 2015, a clear indication of the outstanding services offered and sought out by young people. “It also signifies that young people are willing to invest in their health and their future by joining a medical aid scheme. Reserves also increased which is a great indication of the fund’s financial standing,” he added.
According to Grobler, the 2015 Annual report was designed around the Fund’s new look and feel, giving it a modern and fresh look which reflects the Fund’s focus on a reenergised vision, member protection and security.
Earlier in March, Nammed Medical Aid Fund was awarded the prestigious Professional Management Review (PMR) award and has had a clean audit for four consecutive years.
“We are very proud to be the first Medical Aid Fund that could provide the Registrar of Medical Aid Funds (Namfisa) with approved audited financial statements within 90 days of year end. These are accolades worth mentioning and are celebrated in the Annual Report,” he concluded.

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