• Building healthcare for Africa's next billion.

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    tech-enabled healthcare

    We're building Africa's largest integrated care network to provide convenient, high-quality, and affordable healthcare for the continent's next billion.

  • Increasing access to high-quality, affordable care that puts the patient first.


    Patients served


    Clinical partners


    Patient satisfaction


    Nigerian cities

  • How we work

    We design healthcare products & services that make it easier for Africans to access and afford quality care.

    Modern, tech-enabled diagnostic centers designed for clinically-underserved communities.

    By making modern diagnostics more affordable and accessible, we enable low- and middle-income patients to identify health issues earlier, gain access to medical specialists and treatment options, and ultimately live healthier lives. We currently operate 16 diagnostic centers across eight states in Nigeria. To date, we have provided imaging, cardiac, pathology, and health monitoring services to over 140,000 patients while maintaining patient satisfaction scores above 95%.

    A hybrid digital and physical health management platform for more personalized, continuous, and preventive care.

    The disease burden in Africa is shifting from infectious diseases, like HIV and malaria, to lifestyle diseases, like cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. But existing healthcare infrastructure is ill-equipped to manage the changing needs of patients. SentinelX leverages our brick-and-mortar clinics and mobile technology to help patients track their health over time, easily access primary care both in-person and virtually, and navigate Nigeria's fragmented healthcare system.

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    Join the MDaaS Global team

    Want to join a fast-growing, diverse team building the future of African healthcare? Check out our current openings!

    Partner with us

    Interested in partnering with us to make quality healthcare more affordable and accessible across the continent?