As part of its mission to democratize healthcare in Africa, Zuri Health has launched the Continuous Care Program to offer support to persons with chronic illnesses. To drive this program, Zuri Health has partnered with Pharmaplus Pharmacies Limited.
This collaboration aims to transform chronic care patients’ lives by offering them a wider range of healthcare services, including medication management and access to the Continuous Care Program.
People suffering from chronic illness have complex health needs that current health-care delivery systems do not address or provide. Zuri Health says it seeks to cater to and provide support to individuals’ health needs and desired medical outcomes.
Usually, there are many things to factor in: follow-up appointments, drúg prescriptions and refills, nutrition plans, and lifestyle changes. Sometimes, remembering to take them can be quite a task for some people.
“It would be easy for busy executives, parents with children and other family members depending on them or anyone else with a hectic lifestyle to neglect their health demands despite their best intentions,” says Zuri Health, which has developed a new service to help such people, especially those with chronic health conditions like hypèrtension or diabetes, keep up with their healthcare demands.
The Zuri Health Continuous Care Program has been created to help people, for instance, never skip a doctor’s appointment or take their drùgs.
A subscriber to the Zuri Health Continuous Care Program will have access to prompt and timely medicine refills with delivery to your location at no extra cost, a free píll box, regular virtual checkups and consultations and latest updates in medical research as well as virtual consultations with an in-house nutritionist.
Through this partnership, Zuri Health and Pharmaplus Pharmacy will work together to provide convenient and affordable healthcare options for individuals and families with chronic conditions.
“The goal is to make it easier for people to manage their health and maintain a healthy lifestyle,” said Ikechukwu Anoke, CEO Zuri Health. “This will lead to increased access to appropriate medical resources, increased engagement with their own care and enhanced communication with members for the care team. The program reduces the frequent doctors’ visits and hospitalization.”
Being a Kenyan brand, Pharmaplus is striving for a healthcare that is both comprehensive and extensive, says the company’s CEO Vincent Marinai. “Through this relationship and our strategic locations across the nation, many clients will be reached, serviced and, overall, well taken care of.
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