Global Health Service
Access to medical appointments and services in one place
About Global Health Service
Global Health Service was created by Tayshan, Ernest, Winston and Abdul, all aged 15 from Trinity Church of England High School and Sixth Form.
The app requests advice, makes appointments and gets the access to the medical appointments and services you need all in one place.
How did you come up with the idea for Global Health Service?
We wanted a product that would change lives and we knew that some people struggled with making appointments and so we wanted to make an app for them. But the app still should help everyone.
How did you go about developing the solution?
We focused mainly on our target market but then we decided to try and make the app an overall health app to appeal to more people. We used app labs to try to bring our app to life.
How does Global Health Service work?
You can set up appointments with any doctor, get advice from health professionals and other people and get info about different health areas
Why should your product win it’s category and why should people vote for you in the People’s Choice Award?
We think our app should win as it is applicable to everyone. We don't know everyone's situation but having an app that can deal with troubling areas of people's lives, would just ease the stress off of people. As a team, we know and acknowledge the efforts of the NHS and we also wanted to create an app that would try and ease the pressure off the NHS and make their lives better.
There are many people who go to the hospital thinking that they are really sick but after all, they really aren't. They could just use GHS to quickly get an answer and save them from travelling to the hospital. This would also reduce hospital waiting times and make sure that those who really need medical attention, get the medical attention as soon as possible. We feel that the concept of GHS would have a massive effect on everyone's lives and that it would change how healthcare is run.
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