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NHI Bahamas is seeking qualified candidates to fill roles within the organization. Job descriptions and information on how to apply can be found on our Careers page.

Save the date: NHI Bahamas to hold information sessions for primary care physicians. Date and details here.


Registered Nurses Eltoya McPhee Dean & Lynette Daxson

NHI Bahamas spoke to Registered Nurses Eltoya McPhee Dean and Lynette Daxson to find out their perspectives on National Health Insurance.


The health care system in The Bahamas needs to become more modern, affordable and accessible. NHI Bahamas aims to do just that.

The new Government programme ensures that all legal Bahamian residents – no matter your income, age, island of residence or current health status – can receive health care free of cost at point of service. Cost for health care is paid for in full or in part, by Government.

A National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) will be established to oversee implementation of NHI Bahamas. The Insurance Commission of The Bahamas (ICB) will be involved with licensing and regulating insurance companies in coordination with NHIA.

NHI Bahamas will be rolled out in phases:



In the first phase of coverage (Primary Care), legal Bahamian residents will receive a number of health services free of cost. The full list of benefits will be released shortly.

So what can you do? For access to primary care coverage, you will need an NIB Smart Card. For details on registration, call 225-5642 or visit Get your card to get your care.