Healthcare For The Future

Who are we?

Established in 2016 by a team of young, passionate executives who knew that they could make a difference, non-profit organisation Healthcare for the Future was founded in order to bring significant, impactful and life-saving healthcare-related services to previously disadvantaged South Africans, providing access to better care and more sophisticated screening technologies, as well as improved education on infections.

Healthcare for the Future believes that every person has a right to high-quality healthcare. Without one’s health, there is no quality of life, no family, no home and no community. The longevity of our fellow South Africans is what we believe contributes towards a more sustainable, healthy, thriving economy.

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What do we do?

We have the ability to execute incredible healthcare related projects and initiatives, including but not limited to:

Modernised disease screening services

Easy, self-sample medical tests that provide communities with access to testing, treatment and information on the prevention of disease.

Digital doctor consults

Specialists such as GPs, pediatricians, counselors and dieticians can provide online consultations to those who don’t have physical access to doctors.

Sending nurses into communities

Providing regular care where normally there is very little. This includes the sourcing, education and training of nurses to provide higher quality healthcare and screening services for the early detection of disease to disadvantaged South Africans in their local community.

Advising Communities

To facilitate treatment and support services where infection is detected in order to guide communities towards better health.

Supporting community clinics

The ability to sponsor and help smaller, well established clinics in poorer areas with primary healthcare screening services and support.

Disease management and compliance

The option for people taking antiretroviral (ARV) drugs for example to be assisted by a disease management programme, providing the tools for better health and the ability to fight disease.

What have we done?

We assist communities with addressing their most important need from a healthcare perspective:

Cervical Cancer Drive in a rural community in South Africa

On February 25 at the Boshof Community Hall between 08h00 and 16h00, 125 km away from Bloemfontein, 400 community women between the ages of 30 and 70, arrived to be tested. The response was overwhelming and far more participants arrived than expected.

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