What type of insurance do you accept?
AMI proudly accepts the following insurances:
Europ Assistance, International Medical Group, Euro Center, Global Benefit Group, HTH, Geoblue, Afric Assistance, Healix, Cega, AIG, AXA-PPP, AXA Assistance, International SOS, Henner, Bupa, Falck, MSO, AETNA International, Cigna, United Healthcare, Metlife, Intana/VHI, Allianz Worldwide Care, Alliance International Medical Services, AIMS, Oracle med, Net Care 911, William Russell, MSH, On Call International, Tricare, Egypt in Touch, Northcott Global.
Are you accepting walk-in patients?
How do I become a member subscriber?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I get as a subscriber?
Members get access to the clinic, our 24hr, 7 days a week ambulance services, and depending on the membership plan, a free annual Wellness Check
How do I make an appointment?
For appointments please dial +232 (0) 99 500 800, or email: email@example.com
What services does the clinic offer?
AMI offers high quality primary and urgent care (ER), pediatrics, and a full suite of diagnostic medicine.
AMI Sierra Leone has access to the following medical specialties:
Resuscitation and stabilization of trauma and the management of major medical emergencies, Minor surgical procedures, GP Services, Pediatric Services, Digital X-Ray, Testing and treatment for infectious diseases, In-house laboratory testing for hematology, serology, biochemistry and electrolytes, Pre-employment medical assessments, Travel medicine
Do you have ambulances?
The clinic has a dedicated ambulances for patient transfer.
Do you handle infectious disease?
The clinic handles infectious diseases of all types and will provide consultancy and coordination with the public health authorities. AMSL does have a dedicated isolation facility for suspected infectious cases of all types. We also have the ability to transport Ebola patients to Europe/Africa via our Aviation Network.
Does the clinic have an Aeromedical Evacuation (AME) capability?
We have a network of aviation assets to transport any patient to any part of the world.