Our team can help you equip health workers with the right tools. The full Medic Mobile toolkit covers antenatal care, childhood vaccinations, disease surveillance, stock monitoring, and more.


Our free DIY toolkit currently supports antenatal care. Download our easy-to-use software here.


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Medic Mobile for Antenatal care

We have packaged years of experience using Medic Mobile for antenatal care into an easy-to-use, downloadable application. It's free, runs locally on your computer, and works even if you're entirely offline. Start using Medic Mobile for ANC to track & register pregnancies in your community.



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