In many parts of the world people living in rural communities have to make long and arduous journeys to get to a medical facility. Even when they get there there is no guarantee that a doctor or nurse will be there to treat them.
We provide medical, nursing and healthcare workers to treat people who are unable to travel to a clinic due to infirmity or illness, in their homes with by using community health workers under the guidance of doctors based in the local health clinic, district general hospital or the specialist hospital via tele-medicine technology.
The community health workers have essential drugs with them and are trained in dispensing with advice from the doctors.
The doctors consult directly with the patient and the community health workers in real time using the tele-medicine technology.
The Patient’s condition and clinical observations are transmitted to the doctor through tele-medicine and recording apps.
The Patient’s medical details are available to the doctor and community health worker via an app on their hand held tablet and a remote Electronic Medical Records Database.
Patients who need escalated treatment are evacuated to hospital in the same ambulance that the community health workers use to attend the call.
All treatments that we provide including drugs are free to patients unable to fund their care.