Botswana Medical Aid Society (BOMaid) is a not-for-profit Society established in 1969 by a consortium which drew its initial membership from audit firms, parastatals and banking organisations in Botswana.
The Society is a member-based medical aid scheme, self-administered through a democratically elected Board of Management drawn from amongst its constituent members companies.
BOMaid is a member of the Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF), a representative body for medical aid schemes within Southern Africa.
BOMaid has a selection of schemes designed to cater for the varied needs of our population. Each scheme offers more than adequate levels of benefit that will include cover for the following: in-patient and out-patient treatment, medical emergency evacuation, chronic ailments and HIV/AIDS, maternity, dental, optical, medical appliances, rehabilitation therapies, alternative treatments and funeral expenses.