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We believe in the

power of family to heal

 
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We help families play an integral role in their loved one's healthcare journey

There is a power imbalance in our global healthcare system where those who care most for patients — their family members — are left out of patient healing. Families and their patients often leave healthcare facilities anxious, confused, and ill-equipped to care for their loved ones, leading to preventable complications, and in some cases, death.

At Noora Health, we believe no human being should have to suffer because of a preventable medical condition. By placing patients and their families at the center of the healthcare journey, we believe that they can radically transform patient outcomes. We collaborate with health systems and governments in implementing the Care Companion Program to provide high-impact medical skills training, positioning family members as the cornerstone of recovery in facilities and at home.

How it Works

 
 

Our Reach and Impact

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Impact on Health Outcomes

Dr. Baljit Kaur

LOCAL PARTNER

Nodal Officer, Dept. of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Punjab

All of Punjab’s 22 district hospitals seamlessly implement the Care Companion Program (CCP), a feat made possible by the state health administration’s strong support and Dr. Kaur’s leadership. She credits Noora’s unique communication style and structured sessions for people’s awareness and understanding, so much so that her team recently borrowed Noora’s communication model for an iodine information campaign for the 600 member health ministry. Dr. Kaur hopes to see the CCP continue to expand in her state.  

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Dr. Baljit Kaur

 

LOCAL PARTNER

Nodal Officer, Dept. of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Punjab

All of Punjab’s 22 district hospitals seamlessly implement the Care Companion Program (CCP), a feat made possible by the state health administration’s strong support and Dr. Kaur’s leadership. She credits Noora’s unique communication style and structured sessions for people’s awareness and understanding, so much so that her team recently borrowed Noora’s communication model for an iodine information campaign for the 600 member health ministry. Dr. Kaur hopes to see the CCP continue to expand in her state.  

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It takes a family

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