Kallo, a medical technologies company, just announced a substantial company milestone. In line with its efforts to bring healthcare to new levels of excellence, the government of the Republic of Guinea will be implementing a new healthcare delivery program that will make use of Kallo, Inc.'s MobileCare and Rural-Care. These technologies are being in implemented in Guinea's broad healthcare delivery improvement in the first quarter of 2014 in order to raise the standards of healthcare delivery to Guinea's rural populations. The new program is being implemented to speed up progress on the Guinea government's healthcare Millennium Development Goals as well.
"Child mortalities and maternal health (Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5) are a major cause of concern for our government, and once fully implemented, this US 200 million dollar healthcare project will help reduce infant mortality, enhance maternal health, and deliver a high standard of healthcare in Guinea," said his Excellency Doctor Edouard Niankoye LAMA - Ministre de la Santé et d'Hygiène Publique, Guinea.
"As Guinea prepares for exponential economic growth, we need to ensure that our people are healthy and have access to quality healthcare. To achieve this, a blended program of MobileCare and Rural-Care from Kallo, Inc. - a US company - is expected to commence implementation in the first quarter of 2014 and over the following 24 months Mobile Clinics, Polyclinics, Utility Vehicles and Ambulances will provide medical services locally to the people of Guinea. The most exciting part of this program is the Education and Training of Guinea's healthcare workforce and the relatively short delivery time that Kallo, Inc. has committed to, this will raise the level of education of our healthcare workforce, and achieve WHO-mandated healthcare objectives quickly," continued his Excellency Doctor Edouard Niankoye LAMA.
MobileCare is a comprehensive solution for remote and unreached communities' healthcare needs. It includes mobile clinics with the most up-to-date and best medical technologies and congruent information systems on the market, training program for healthcare workforce competency enhancement, centralized resource and communications coordination, and medical specialist support with up-to-date medical and information systems in line with current healthcare laws and requirements.
Rural-Care enables healthcare delivery to unreached communities via pre-fabricated, pre-tested, modular, and project-determined medical clinics. These clinics are ready for implementation in rural areas and disaster zones in just eight days, a feat considering they include full-out mobile medical centers including patient exam rooms, operating rooms, imaging rooms, labs, and dispensaries. Full staff quarters and a comprehensive range of medical equipment (x-ray, ultra-sound, lab equipment, medications, medical and surgical supplies) are also available in the clinics, which in total range from 1,200 to 3,800 square feet.
The mobile clinics, polyclinic, ambulances, and utility vehicles are all set to be monitored through an administration center. Clinical services are to be coordinated by, synchronized with, and monitored by a clinical and administrative command center. "It is a unique healthcare delivery system designed after detailed discussions with Guinea's Ministry of Health for its rural population. Kallo, Inc. is honored to bring this benefit to the people of Guinea," said John Cecil, Company Chairman and CEO.
More information can be found at: www.kalloinc.ca
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