Mecure Healthcare Limited has launched a healthcare programme called “We Care” aimed at assisting low income Nigerians access treatment as quickly as possible. The Chairman, Mr Samir Udani, has said ‘We Care’ program is meant to assist in detecting symptoms of any health conditions.


Udani observed that people in developing countries live average age of 52 as against those in the developed countries whose life expectancy is 79.


“What we have done is to design a program to tell you what the problems are by colour code, it screens for lifestyle diseases using health meters and also makes referrals to medical professionals if need be and at the same time makes provision for 87 different supplement drugs at no cost.’’


He added that the programme is a way of assisting low-income earners get proper healthcare service at their convenience, adding that it is part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility.


“What we do is to enable those with little income get the right healthcare at their convenience without going to a medical facility, which would cost them much.”


Udani said the We Care program is in two stages including screening detection and treatment of non-communicable diseases and for non-communicable “with N19, 900, an individual would get about 61 investigations which would cost N49,100 ordinarily”


On how to sign into the programme, he explained that interested persons are to sign in through its web site, Android and IOS apps are also available for download. A person can also work into any Me Cure centre to register.

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“An individual after the result is out will also receive drugs worth same amount free of charge. ‘We Care’ Program is purely a lifestyle wellness program for adults. We also diagnose illnesses that do not have symptoms, including stress because it kills”. Udani added

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