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Nearly half of the world’s population lack basic access to healthcare.

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Welcome to the future of healthcare. 

The World Health Service is working with governments, policy makers, industry and stakeholders to ensure we deliver health for all. We're committed to UN sustainable development goal 3 Good Health & Wellbeing. 

We're building a community that will be open and transparent to ensure we deliver the highest quality patient experience from any part of the world.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), up to 3.5 billion people – almost half the world's population – lack access to the health services they need, with almost 100 million people being pushed to extreme poverty each year because of out-of-pocket expenses.

The platform will provide digital health tools and investment opportunities that support improved patient care, digital health, knowledge sharing, idea creation, and solutions in health care, using our unique skills, influence and network to deliver high quality patient care around the world.



giving our communities the tools to take care of their own physical and mental well-being... from childhood through to old age. 
This includes wearable devices like fitness trackers, mobile apps, telemedicine, virtual reality, an electronic health record (EHR), or blockchain.

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The current healthcare systems tend to be based predominantly on a sick-care model, the system is essentially one that waits until we have fallen ill. We face unprecedented challenges with global staff shortages predicted to be 18m by 2030 (BMJ). Healthcare costs (US$ 8.3 trillion or 10% of global GDP ref: WHO) have been rapidly rising over the past few decades. According  to the  Institute  for  Global Health Sciences of the University of California-San Francisco (Duff-Brown, 2017), diseases like obesity, cancer, etc. could cost $47 Trillion Dollars by 2030 This unsustainable demand and increase in costs can be largely attributed to the growth in the human population along with a diverse population that results in higher incidence of chronic and multiple conditions. As well as this, a one-size-fits-all approach to health doesn’t work. Both consumer preferences for convenience and affordability are shifting, as well as demand for a more efficient, personalised delivery model is growing. 


Additionally, Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has dramatically unveiled the health inequalities (Gender, Disability, Mental Health etc) that exist in societies across the world, alongside the fragile state of the world’s health. With climate change the next challenge how will we address these challenges while delivering the UN sustainable development goals? Health and Economics are intrinsically linked as we’ve seen with COVID19.

World Health Service will support nations with a Pandemic Preparedness platform that builds community trust.

• Public health - pandemic preparedness 
• Support workforce recruitment & retention
• Provide better data collection & use 

• Health Literacy (Information sharing)
• Improve international co-operation
• Support supply chain resilience

• Improve trust​ 

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Meet The Team


Dr Amir Hannan

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Gareth Presch

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Ben Wilkins

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Maria Dayton

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