MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN AFRICA
BGiL Klinika is dedicated to increasing affordable access to quality health care in Sub-Saharan Africa, in the pursuit of this objective, we contribute not only to healthier populations but also in social and economic development.
Our approach consists of complementary initiatives that aim to increase efficiency and effectiveness within the healthcare system. By combining affordable and quality clinical services, health plans and state of the art facilities we simultaneously stimulate the demand for and supply of healthcare services.
It is our opinion that the journey towards inclusive healthcare begins with improved healthcare facilities. Once hospitals and clinics can demonstrate quality of care through improvements like shorter waiting times, well-trained staff, functioning equipment and readily available medicines, patients and client organizations will gain trust in the healthcare system.
Better health also reduces the financial cost of healthcare for the family, the community, the private sector and the government.
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It is our mission to promote wellness, relieve suffering and to restore the health of those we serve with a commitment to excellence in everything that we do. Our goal is to offer quality care and programs that set community standards, exceed patients' expectations and are provided swiftly, with compassion and competence.
We achieve these goals through our vision of Managed Health Care:learn more
Good health is wealth. Besides the fact that there's an intrinsic value of health that is a human right, the economic case for investing in healthcare is robust. Experts agree that improved healthcare in Africa is essential for sustainable development. Healthier citizens are more productive, earn more, consume more, work longer, all of which have a positive impact on the Gross Domestic Product of a country. Better health also reduces the financial cost of healthcare for the family, the community, the private sector and the government.BGiL Klinika
According to consultancy firm – McKinsey, by 2016 the market for health care in Sub-Saharan Africa will be worth $35 billion, however a skills shortage is constraining it since the continent is reckoned to host a quarter of the world's disease burden but only has 3% of its medical workforce. The World Bank reckons an additional 90,000 doctors and 500,000 nurses will be needed in the next few years. The private sector has a positive role to play within the broader context of Sub-Saharan African countries health care systems by expanding access and improving quality and efficiency.BGiL Klinika