Physical Address

Methodist Ministries Centre, Block B, 3rd Floor, Oloitokitok Road, Lavington.

Postal Address

P.O Box 25048 - 00603 Nairobi

Office Contact

+254 20 386 1294 / +254 20 528 3398

Mobile Contact

+254 701 946 422

E-mail Contact

info@gallant-technologies.com

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Medical commodities are supplied through opaque supply chains that are starved of information and are thus unable to respond to demands. Multiple players in distribution add to cost without value addition. The end result is that in many cases, products and services are more expensive in the region. We continuously seek to provide patient solutions that matter.
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HEALTH SECTOR

Medical commodities are supplied through opaque supply chains that are starved of information and are thus unable to respond to demands. Multiple players in distribution add to cost without value addition. The end result is that in many cases, products and services are more expensive in the region. We continuously seek to provide patient solutions that matter.

Products and services are selected based on gaps in the healthcare landscape. We focus on developing Supply chain solutions that ensure consistent availability of patient requirements. Non-communicable diseases are becoming a key contributor to morbidity and mortality in Kenya.

This is driven by the change in population driven by age, increased obesity, increasingly sedentary lives and tobacco use. Non-communicable diseases have a massive impact on quality of life. In many cases, patients live long enough to develop all the complications of a conditions! At the end of the life, the patient is usually in debt and living miserably due to the impact of loss of vision, loss of limbs, loss of renal function and heart conditions.

We work with local and international partners to identify solutions that will matter to these patients. Products, services and education are combined in order to add quality to patient lives.

The key areas of focus include nephrology with a focus on dialysis and transplant, cardiovascular with a focus on myocardial infarctions and metabolic disease specifically diabetes.