DrugNet announced today that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Hewale Social Health System to further make healthcare delivery in Ghana affordable, convenient, and accessible to its clients.
Hewale Social Health is a secured online hospital on your phone, which provides consultation to patients via Video Audio, and chat. This partnership allows DrugNet, Ghana’s leading online retail pharmacy to facilitate the supply of quality medications and other pharmaceutical products on Hewale Social Health platform at discounted prices to its clients across the country. This agreement also makes it possible for all clients on Hewale Social Health to enjoy the E-pharmacy and drug delivery services of DrugNet. In addition, Hewale Social Health will provide an E-pharmacy interface to DrugNet to serve the pharmacy needs of clients.
Speaking on the partnership, the Managing Director for DrugNet, Mr. Samuel Otuo-Serebour said: “Since we first launched in 2020, DrugNet has served over 15,000 clients through our innovative, technology-driven online pharmacy. Operating by our brand ethos, we are committed to providing quality medications, total convenience and affordable luxury to our clients and partners. Without visiting hospitals, several people struggle to access medicines and pharmaceutical products in our part of the world. I am super excited about this partnership because both companies use innovative and technology driven systems to serve the healthcare needs of patients”.
The Managing Director for Hewale Social Health System, Mr. Jonathan Boye, excitedly said: “Hewale Social Health, a secured online hospital platform has the aim to connect patients to Doctors, Pharmacies and Laboratories. The initiative was launched in 2018 by Orcons Systems Limited as the first Telemedicine App in Ghana and has since its inception recorded over 20,000 downloads with 1000s of consultations. This Partnership is in line with the objectives of the company, thus to provide convenience in healthcare delivery, bridge the Doctor Patient ratio, reduce self-medication, reduce drug abuse and give attention to noncritical health issues which may lead to life-threatening conditions. For us at Hewale Social Health, ensuring that our clients receive quality medications and the best of pharmacy service remains an utmost priority and we are delighted to have DrugNet as one of the retail pharmacies on the Hewale platform.”
Together, we will continue to serve our loyal and prospective clients with quality service through this all important partnership, and we look forward to contributing significantly to improving healthcare delivery system in Ghana.