Improving Pregnancy Outcomes through Telehealth & Emergency Transport
We are a social Enterprise dedicated to using Telehealth & emergency transport to improve pregnancy outcomes
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Vision, Mission & Objective
To promote access to maternal and child health care by reducing 1st and 2nd delay through telemedicine and timely hospital dispatch and reduce maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality
Establish a proper triage system through telemedicine to ensure mothers are taken to the right level of care
Who Are We?
We are a social enterprise with a dedicated team of health care professionals who are equipped to triage patients in maternal health via telecommunication, and identify levels of emergency. From the triage they are thus able to link the patient with proper transport required either cab or ambulance and take them to the required hospital. Our main mission is to provide prompt access to healthcare services for pregnant women in emergencies
Every 2 minutes a mother in Kenya dies in child birth, many others suffer pregnancy related complications. This can be prevented by women gaining quality health care at the right time and a component of that is actually reaching the hospital facility in time
We Promote access to high-quality, affordable care for women, new mothers, and newborns which will significantly reduce maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality rates.
Why Wheels For Life?
We have access to a well manned call center that is operational 24hrs daily ensuring prompt access to care
Team of Professionals
Dedicated team of health consultants with expertise in Obstetrics and Gynecology
5000+ Drivers Available
We have partnered with taxi services ensuring we have a pool of over 5000 drivers nationally on stand by
80+ Ambulances Ready
We have access to a pool of more than 80 ambulances that are ready for dispatch and paid on per trip basis
The Doctor advices the patient on how to handle the situation
The Doctor sends an Ambulance or a Cab to pick the patient
The patient is transported to the hospital
- Patient teleconsultation
- Digital Patient Support and Education
- Ambulances and cabs on stand by 24Hrs a day
Let the Numbers Speak
The Wheels for Life project was started on the 28th April 2020 to...
Mothers Assisted by Doctors
Total Cabs Dispatched
Emergency Ambulance Trips
Updated Statistics from 28th April 2020 to 30th November, 2021