My Doctor, the pioneering telemedicine service provider has today announced a partnership with kickboxer, Golola Moses to revolutionize healthcare delivery and awareness, particularly among underserved communities, and further enhance public health and fitness initiatives across the country.
Through this partnership, My Doctor aims to tap into the immense influence and reach of Golola Moses to amplify their mission and extend their healthcare services to over 100,000 users.
“By leveraging his charisma and popularity, we intend to foster a deeper connection and trust with the community, particularly women, who are often underserved in terms of healthcare provision,” My Doctor said in a press statement.
The company further says that in line with its commitment to improving maternal and child health, they are focused on the delivery of comprehensive antenatal, pediatric, labor, and safe childbirth programs.
The partnership also intends to empower women and the youth by equipping them with the knowledge and tools necessary to improve their health. My Doctor believes this empowerment will create a ripple effect, fostering healthier outcomes for everyone — from expectant mothers to future generations.
“Our partnership with Golola Moses isn’t just a collaboration, it’s a revolution. It’s about transforming healthcare in Uganda, reaching the unreached, and inspiring a healthier future,” said, Sharon Nambozo, Business Development Officer at My Doctor. “We’re leveraging the popularity of a national icon to drive a change that we hope will be felt in every corner of our country.”
“In the ring, it’s about the power of one. But in the fight against disease, it’s about the power of all. Partnering with My Doctor, we’re taking a stand for a healthier Uganda,” said, Golola Moses. “This isn’t just about improving healthcare — it’s about kicking down the barriers that stand in the way of a healthier future for everyone.”
My Doctor is committed to enhancing healthcare education and training for healthcare providers. This partnership will provide a robust structure for these programs, enriching healthcare provision across the board. Furthermore, the knowledge and tools that will be provided are designed will not only contribute to the creation of safe and healthy experiences but also reduce healthcare costs for many Ugandans.
This will contribute to increased workforce productivity, paving the way for a healthier, more prosperous Uganda.
The collaboration will be instrumental in helping break down barriers and bring quality healthcare to those who need it most.