Eight clubs have agreed to enrol their players and team officials on the National Heath Insurance Scheme.
This follows the decision of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to cooperate with the National Heath Insurance Authority (NHIA) to enrol players and 10 technical team members of Premier, Division One and Women’s Premier League clubs to provide the with healthcare services covered by the scheme.
Elmina Sharks, Berry Ladies, Prisons Ladies, Heart of Lions,Bechem United, Kumasi Sports Academy Ladies Fc Kotoku Royals and Kenyasi Unity FC are the eight teams which has agreed to enrol their players on the scheme.
The GFA continues to call on other clubs who are yet to submit their players/officials details to do so immediately.
National Health Insurance Scheme is a social intervention programme introduced by government to provide financial access to quality health services for Ghanaians.
Source: GFA communications