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TruDoc appoints two new CEOs amid global expansion

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Gulf-based Telehealth and ‘hospital-at-home’ provider TruDoc has appointed a new regional CEO as it continues to expand its service portfolio across the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Hisham Radwan has been appointed TruDoc CEO Middle East, following on from the recent appointment of Dr Peter Botha as TruDoc CEO Africa.

The appointments are part of TruDoc’s wider 2022 strategy as its health experts network arrives in new territories across MEA and Asia, including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait and Oman.

TruDoc now has 24.2 million eligible members globally – with plans to take this to 200 million by 2026.

Mr. Radwan said: “Middle East demographics present several challenges, including a growing aging population with chronic diseases, population disparities, and primary care shortages.

“TruDoc is uniquely positioned to deploy our end-to-end care model, backed by proven clinical and IT competencies, to address urgent needs in expenditure and accessibility across the region.”

Dr Botha said: “TruDoc Africa is set to expand into six additional territories this year as well as provide additional unique customized and needed solutions in existing operations in Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa.

“Our exponential growth is down to our value proposition, ideally suited to African markets. TruDoc works together with regional governments to help expand 24/7 access to affordable, quality healthcare. Our solutions not only manage utilisation and costs for payers but provide product opportunities for insurers looking to enter new market segments.”

Founded in 2011, TruDoc provides a 24/7 care level management delivery system, with five healthcare entry points connected to it telemedicine control centre.

Entry points include mobile applications, virtual clinics and a ‘hospital at home’ programme with 24×7 telemonitoring.

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