Parkers Mobile Clinic is seeking a partner to invest in a health system strengthening project in Southern Nigeria involving revitalization of health centers and using digital health to support health systems.
Parkers Mobile Clinic is building Parkers USSD, an ambitious project that aims to revolutionize the healthcare sector by leveraging USSD technology and community contributory health insurance. Our goal is to provide affordable and accessible healthcare coverage to vulnerable populations In Southern Nigeria, ensuring that everyone can receive quality medical care.
To bring this vision to life, we are seeking funding and technical partners who share our passion for improving healthcare outcomes and making a positive impact on society. We are looking for partners who can contribute expertise in areas such as digital health, health insurance, technology development, and strategic partnerships. Collaboration with like-minded organizations and individuals will be crucial in building a robust platform and scaling our operations.
If you are a potential investor or technical partner interested in joining forces with us, we welcome you to reach out and learn more about our project. You can connect with us through our website and facebook page, where you will find detailed information about Parkers USSD, our mission, and our team. We also actively participate in industry events, conferences, and networking platforms, providing opportunities for interested parties to get to know us better.
By partnering with us, you have the chance to contribute to a transformative project that addresses the pressing need for affordable healthcare and helps bridge the gap in healthcare access. Together, we can make a significant difference in the lives of underserved populations and shape the future of healthcare in Nigeria and beyond.
As an organization, Parkers Mobile Clinic operates in Southern Nigeria, focusing on providing accessible healthcare services to vulnerable populations. We have developed a mobile healthcare platform that combines B2B and B2C models to address the healthcare challenges faced by underserved communities.