WHY REGENCY MEDICAL CENTRE?
Regency Medical Centre is an innovative, dependable Multi-Specialty Hospital with satellite centres across Dar es Salaam, the business capital of Tanzania.
Our vision is to make specialised medical services available to all on an equitable basis. We believe health care should be affordable and comprehensive for everyone, and physically accessible where and when needed.
Regency Medical Centre provides quality medical care at affordable rates with a human touch.
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NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE FUND (NHIF)
With an aim to ensure accessibility of health care services to all Tanzanians, National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) – a Social Health Insurance Scheme was established. If registered under NHIF, beneficiaries can easily access health services through a wide network of accredited health facilities in Tanzania, which includes, the world-class facilities at Regency Medical Centre. If you are a NHIF holder, then you too can claim medical services under this scheme. To know more about the standard process followed at Regency Medical Centre, watch this informative video which will take you through the entire process, right from the admission for treatment to the claim form processing.
PERSONALISED FAST TRACK SERVICE
Regency’s Fast Track Service provides self-paying patients with walk-in, non-emergency care, quickly and efficiently. This service is separate from the main Emergency Department.
Backed by Emergency Department physicians, Fast Track is staffed by a certified registered nurse practitioner or physician assistant, a registration clerk and support team. Patients need to complete the triage process in the main emergency department to ensure accurate assessment. Once they are referred to Fast Track, patients can be seen within minutes.
Fast Track is available from 11.00 to 23.00 hours, seven days a week.
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