Empowering Health Missions with Technology
to influence Positive Change Worldwide
NucleusHealth fosters a global outreach program to inspire hope and impact patients’ lives in regions of the world where advanced medical technologies and trained staff are not always accessible.
When we launched our first-generation cloud-based medical image sharing solution in 2013, we immediately realized we had developed a new way to break geographical boundaries on a larger scale; we could provide caregivers, located anywhere, with instant access to diagnostic images regardless of a patient’s location. So as the opportunity arose to expand our impact by getting involved in pro-bono work overseas, we jumped on it. As a tech-forward company we strive for true worldwide sharing of medical exams and reports to support and advance healthcare for all and in all places.
Our cloud and web technologies have already had and will continue to have a tremendous impact on patients, caregivers, and on us. How can we help you make a difference?
Supporting your team to facilitate better care.
One of the largest missions hospitals in Africa, this Kenyan facility treats more than 140,000 outpatients each year and admits another 13,000 inpatients.
This 130-bed facility boasts the only CT scanner in the southern half of Ethiopia and needed the ability to effectively collaborate with their U.S.-based radiology team.
Located in Northwest Cameroon this HIV/AIDS treatment center has 310 beds and is a training center and referral hospital for the West Africa Sub Region.
Myung Sung Christian Medical Center, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
AIC Kijabe Hospital, Kijabe, Kenya
Eldik Family Medical Center
L'Hopital Bernard Mevs, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Mission of Hope Haiti, Titanyen, Haiti
Soddo Christian Hospital
Mbingo Baptist Hospital, Bamenda, Cameroon
Tenwek Mission Hospital, Bomet, Kenya