What we do

Enhancing access to knowledge in the medical sector

AxessHealth’s mobile and web technology platform connects healthcare professionals (HCPs), medical bodies, government health departments, industry, and NGOs bringing together the healthcare ecosystem across Africa.

With unrivalled features AxessHealth enables HCP engagement, houses educational content, provides a cross-sector communication channel and also pushes relevant news and career information to its users.

Free to HCPs AxessHealth facilitates the dissemination of regulatory and other information from medical and regulatory bodies.



Advance Africa's health equity



Advance Africa's health equity by suporting HCPs as the largest, single source of free medical content and tools, both on the continent, and in other emerging markets.



Provide health care practitioners with access to knowledge resources and tools that will enable them to provide better care to a larger portion of the populations in which they work and live. 

Our P.A.C.K culture


Be responsive and deliver value faster

Proactively identify scalable solutions that provide value to our African HCPs and partners across the African continent.


Build collaborative relationships

Be an ally to partners generating effective exposure, insights, and acquisition throughout Africa.


Advance African healthcare equity

Empower ALL HCPs across Africa, from rural health workers to urban health care practioners.


Discuss meaningful  healthcare issues

Facilitate the dissemination of regulatory and other information from medical and regulatory bodies.

Our Values

We nurture our reputation

We are responsive

We value our relationships


Meet our medical editors

Roy Watson

After schooling in Cape Town, Salisbury (now Harare), Nairobi, Kenya, and Benoni, South Africa, British-born Roy Watson started out in the mid-1960s as a Cub Reporter on a small Johannesburg satellite town newspaper.


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Chris Bateman

My newspaper career began at The Natal Witness (3 years) and continued at the Cape Times (17 years), where I covered every beat except health, something I later more than made up for.



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John Green

Born and educated in the Eastern Cape, John Green (“Johno”) graduated with a BSc (Honours) degree (honours in Microbiology) and an Education Diploma (Bursary from the Education Dept.) from Rhodes University. 


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Current medical news across Africa

All the latest, trending medical news today, straight to your inbox. 

Our medical journalists cover the most pressing healthcare challenges in Africa. Stay up-to-date with our regular newsletter.

Check out our blog and additional resources including AxessPoints (our video series).

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