GetMed App: Offering 3 Easy Steps to Access Quality Health Care in the Philippines



Based on personal experience, it could be quite hard to find the right doctors when a member of the family gets really sick and requires medical advice. I've gone through searching websites of hospitals to check which one has doctors with the certain specializations we need. 


I've also experienced calling hospital and clinic trunklines only to be kept waiting for a long time before I get connected to a doctor's secretary. To think that time spent on doing these things still doesn't include getting an appointment and actually seeing the doctor!

The good news is, there is now a Health and Lifestyle mobile and web application that makes it more convenient to book appointments with doctors! GetMed is a medical app that aims to bridge the gap between doctors and patients as well as inspire individuals to live a healthier life. With just a few clicks you will be able to locate a doctor in a nearby hospital and make an appointment:


STEP 1. Know your location. Depending on the area proximity, check the hospital or medical facility for your easy access and convenience.
STEP 2. From a comprehensive line-up of Specialties, and based on your present condition, choose your preferred doctor.
STEP 3. Lastly, as soon as you have selected your doctor, you can now make an appointment. No more hospital walk-ins and queueing for hours!


GetMed is developed by UNA I.T. SOLUTIONS to help make the lives of patients and consumers a lot easier. At present, GetMed already has 17,000 registered doctors (including their specialties, location, and complete contact information) located in various medical establishments all over the country. It also has a listing of 3053 Hospitals, Clinics, and Barangay Health Centers located in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.  


The app moreover features top issues or articles on health, tips, trivia, health horoscopes or anything that can be of value in building a better lifestyle on a day-to-day basis. GetMed can be downloaded for free via the Play Store for Android and App Store for iOS. You can also check out its web-based app via http://www.getmednow.net.


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