If You Have Not Contributed For More than 12 Months, your card must have been deactivated. You will need to do the following simple steps to get it up once again.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) was established in 1967 by the Kenyan government within the Ministry of health to provide health insurance to Kenyans. All Kenyans are always advised to get enrolled in the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) so that they can be provided with affordable, sustainable and quality health insurance that will help them to get covered whenever they seek medical attention in hospitals.
Members who are always under voluntary category are always expected to contribute Ksh. 500 per month. This brings a total of Ksh. 6,000 per year. Remember that voluntary members are the non employed people and get enrolled in NHIF programme willingly. For those who are employed, the contributions are always done as per their monthly earnings.
However, there are those who can go up to more than 12 months without contributing and their NHIF cards end up being deactivated. If your NHIF card gets deactivated, the Huduma Kenya advises you to do the following to reactivate your card: Pay Ksh. 1,500 via MPesa pay bill 200222. For inquiries, the Huduma Kenya wants you to call 0206900020.
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