CEO - Mr. Abdulsalam Mohammed

Mr. Abdulsalam Mohammed


COVID-19 has caused the biggest Global disruption, making access to quality, safest, and professional health care most critical. Now more than ever before, with rising burden of chronic and communicable diseases, we need new approaches for health care delivery beyond the traditional hospital setting which is largely congested and inadequate. Anchored on technology and innovation, we have been responsive and developed the 120/80 App & Home Care Health App as Ghana's first home care App connecting clients with the health professionals and service providers nearest to them for nursing, medical, physiotherapy, mobile lab, & Covid-19 PCR home testing services. Our Telemedicine features allow prompt online consultation with large network of health professionals and specialists overcoming crucial physical barriers. Our goal thus is to lead in Uberization of Healthcare in Ghana and Africa''~ Consultant Daaru~


With COVID 19 Pandemic, Ghana faces multiple burden of disease. Prior to Covid-19 we were battling with high prevalence of communicable diseases, including malaria, Typhoid, tuberculosis (TB) and diarrhea as well as a rising incidence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as cardiovascular disease, cancers, chronic respiratory disease, diabetes mellitus and sickle cell diseases.

On 12th March, 2020 Ghana announced its first two cases of confirmed Corona Virus and by 16th January official figures stood at 55,899 with active cases of 2,174, and 358 deaths.

The truth is that, as country our health sector has been stretched and many frontline workers had lost their lives whiles compliance to precautions is still low.

Containing this virus is proven to be a medical albatross! Thanks to the discoveries of the Vaccines. There is absolutely the need for partnerships at all levels and new innovations in health care delivery and public education to enhance compliance to safety precautions as well as manage active cases

Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for 11 percent of the world’s population, yet bears 24 percent of the global disease burden and commands less than one percent of global health expenditure