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HealthXP to launch telemedicine platform to boost healthcare delivery

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To boost healthcare delivery in Africa’s most populous country, HealthXP Limited is set to launch a telemedicine platform called MyhealthXP.

MyhealthXP is an on-demand healthcare application developed to create a seamless and innovative approach to healthcare delivery in Africa.

The app is set to connect individuals to highly qualified and verified doctors, laboratories, and pharmacies, providing them with efficient, convenient, and accessible medical attention wherever they are. With myhealthXP, Africans can access quality and affordable healthcare at their fingertips.

“We have created a seamless approach towards healthcare delivery. As Africans who have personally experienced the challenges of the healthcare system in Africa, and as a medical doctor who has witnessed first-hand victims of the failing healthcare system in Africa, we are determined to make a positive impact,” Daniel Omomhenle, co-founder of HealthXP Limited said in a statement.

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“MyhealthXP is not just a telemedicine platform, it is the tool we will utilize to save the lives of our fellow Africans,” he said.

The app would be available for IOS users on Apple Store and Android users on Google Play Store within Nigeria, the US, UK, Ghana with territories to be unlocked.

To make it accessible, the app offers free registration to users as well as other numerous services to medical practitioners.

This include virtual medical consultations via chat, video, or audio calls, flexible and affordable payment plans, end-to-end healthcare services, easy, familiar, and user-friendly experience, guaranteed screened and certified medical practitioners, and strict confidentiality between doctors and patients.

“At HealthXP, we’re excited about our mission to connect people in Africa with top-notch health professionals from around the world,” said Kayode Ogunleye, co-founder of HealthXP Limited.

“Our platform is designed to tackle the challenges of limited medical resources, long wait times, and subpar healthcare services,” he said.
“By providing access to skilled professionals and giving healthcare providers a competitive edge, we’re making high-quality care more accessible than ever. We can’t wait to see the positive impact our app will have on healthcare in Africa,” he added.

Speaking also, Roger Ellender, managing director, NPL Nigeria said his organisation is thrilled to support HealthXP on their mission to revolutionise healthcare delivery in Nigeria and across Africa.

“We believe in their vision, and we are proud to partner with HealthXP Limited to deliver scalable healthcare transformation to Nigerians and the broader African community,” he said.

“Together, we can make a positive impact on the health and well-being of millions while addressing the shortage of talent in the healthcare industry,” he added.

Comfort Olatunde, director of product marketing,
HealthXP said, “With myhealthXP, users can speak to a doctor within minutes. We invite Africans across the world to leverage our innovative solution and take charge of their health.”

“We welcome all medical practitioners, doctors, laboratory scientists, and other practitioners across the world to join us in making quality healthcare available to Africans regardless of their socioeconomic status or geographical location.”