In order to improve the lives of people with chronic conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol, Alma Health, a fully integrated digital healthcare provider, has announced its formal debut in Riyadh. It also has plans to soon expand to Jeddah and Dammam.
Co-founders Khaldoon Bushnaq and Tariq Seksek came up with the idea for Alma Health in May 2021. Alma Health offers doctors consultations via its mobile application with one of the company’s licenced, in-house, and experienced physicians and obtains prescriptions on a renewal basis while also providing patients with free same-day medication delivery. Additionally, Alma Health provides simple lab procedures that can be completed in the convenience of a patient’s house. A second opinion on their chronic condition and a personalised management plan for bettering clinical results can both be helpful to patients.
The health technology company has already had a big effect in the United Arab Emirates, where its cloud pharmacies have filled 50,000 orders and its digital clinics have completed over 20,000 consultations. Alma Health’s entry into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a major step towards the company’s goal of improving access to and affordability of healthcare for people with chronic conditions all over the world.
The co-founder of Alma Health, Khaldoon Bushnaq, says, “Saudi Arabia has one of the world’s fastest growing economies, and we look forward to playing a significant role in the Kingdom’s 2030 goal. As an end-to-end digital and vertically integrated healthcare provider committed to enhancing clinical outcomes, we are thrilled to be a part of Saudi Arabia’s expanding healthcare industry and to provide a unique service.
Alma Health is well-positioned to fulfil its promise and assist chronic patients in leading healthier, happy lives thanks to its cutting-edge technology and committed staff.