"Bisa" means Ask.

Bisa which means ask in the Ghanaian language twi is a mobile platform that allows the public access to doctors and other healthcare practitioners using their mobile devices (both smart and non-smart phones). This is an advantage to people who need medical care and advice but are not able to visit the hospital for various reasons such as poverty, delays because of long queues at the hospital and the fear of stigmatization, especially for people who have symptoms of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), which makes them embarrassed to seek the needed treatment.

Why Us?

Bisa allows users to have access to health advice from the comfort of their home, eliminating the need for long and costly journeys to the hospitals. This is important for the poorer populations and those living in rural areas.

A health professional is just a click away to help with all your medical conditions.

Bisa is absolutely free, from medical inquiries to prescriptions and recommendations from a doctor, there's no cost at all.

Our health professionals are always available to respond to all ailments, and they do this with speed.

Bisa is mandated under law to keep all user details very confidential, you can use our unanimous login feature to make queries without saving any info.

Bisa Health Application aims to be the pioneer of telemedicine in Africa on two major fronts; firstly in information dissemination with regards to disease prevention and control and secondly, in connecting patients to doctors through the use of technology. Over 11,000 people died during the ebola crisis of 2014 because of late detection and lack of information for the doctors to adequately deal with and control the spread of the disease.

Using the data gathered on the Bisa Health platform, whilst adhering to doctor – patient confidentiality, health experts will be able to detect outbreaks of diseases at an early stage and decision makers can also implement health policies that will improve healthcare delivery to people and communities. Bisa is a social enterprise to help drive the public healthcare delivery agenda in Ghana and Senegal.