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Software firm donates healthcare kit to Olu of Warri’s palace

Software firm donates healthcare kit to Olu of Warri’s palace

A software solution company, Gention Global Resources, has donated modern healthcare solutions tools known as DocRoa Healthcare Kit to the palace of Olu of Warri.

Presenting the artificial intelligence modern healthcare solutions to Olori Atuwatse III, the Queen consort of Warri Kingdom, the Chief Executive Officer, Gention Global Resources, Ebozoje Segun said his burning desire was to see everyone including the people in rural areas gain access to quality healthcare.

He also said that the modern healthcare kits worth millions of Naira donated to the palace were to be deployed to the rural areas in the kingdom so that the dwellers in the rural areas could gain access to best doctors wherever they are through the modern healthcare kits.

The CEO, while describing the kits as game changer, expressed the optimism that DocRoa Healthcare Kit would bridge the gap for challenges of getting quality healthcare in the rural areas, urging the government to get such modern tools and deploy to the rural areas.

Segun, who said his vision was to make sure no one dies of trivial health care issues, noted that it was meaningless to “make the billions of Naira without impacting our immediate communities.”

He also said: “DocRoa bridges the gap for quality healthcare. We are saying that you should be able to get quality healthcare irrespective of your location and who you are. That is the whole idea.

“A mini hospital has been compressed in the kit. In this kit, you have all the basic diagnostic tools, such as; Ultrasound Probe, Dermascope, Fetal Doppler, SP02 probe, Digital Stethoscope and a lot more – it’s integrated with HIPPA complainant app where doctors can diagnose patients from anywhere. It is very easy to use, and endorsed by The Nigeria Medical Association.

“And that is why we are looking at deploying these kits to these rural areas where they don’t have access to quality healthcare. We believe strongly that this will be a game changer in the healthcare sector. The government is also welcomed to support the ideas.”

Responding, Olori Atuwatse III, while thanking the donor for the kind gesture, said research has shown that many of the rural dwellers do not have proper healthcare centres and personnel, so the kit will go a long way in solving most of their health challenges.

“From research, we find out that most of these communities do not have proper health care centres and personnel, so you have a high rate of infants mortality and high rate of adults mortality. So, this is a great step in the right direction,” she added.