Empowering Healthcare

About M-Scan Uganda

M-Scan Uganda represents a pioneering initiative, co-founded by a team including Phyllis Kyomuhendo, serving as the Impact Lead; Dr. Ahimbisibwe Prosper, the Clinical Lead; Mr.Menyo Innocent, the Team Lead; and Mr.Nasasira Ivan, the Technology Lead. Rooted in a deep-seated passion and unwavering determination, our venture seeks to address the maternal health challenges faced by rural communities across Uganda.

We specialize in innovative, portable ultrasound technology designed for regions with limited resources. Our mission is driven by the urgent need to reduce maternal mortality rates through early detection and effective medical intervention.

M-Scan is more than just a medical device company; we are a movement towards accessible and equitable healthcare for all pregnant women, regardless of their location or economic status.

Our Principles

Core Values

At the heart of M-Scan Uganda, our values guide every innovation, decision, and action. These values are the pillars of our commitment to transforming maternal healthcare.

  • Innovation: Pioneering life-saving technology for maternal health.
  • Social Impact: Making a tangible difference in communities we serve.
  • Integrity: Upholding ethical standards and transparency in all our endeavors.

Beyond our core values, we believe in the power of collaboration and continuous learning. Partnering with healthcare professionals, communities, and organizations worldwide enables us to refine our solutions and expand our reach. This collaborative approach ensures that we stay at the forefront of innovation, adapting to the evolving needs of maternal healthcare.

Our Vision

To be leading innovators in developing affordable mobile ultrasound devices, making maternal healthcare accessible to every mother in resource-limited settings.

Our Mission

To enhance and extend the quality of human life by innovating with integrity, working alongside communities to deliver essential medical solutions for pregnant women.

Our Values

  • Innovate
  • Social Impact
  • Integrity

Our Team

Dr. Prosper Image


Clinical lead
Experience as a Medical Doctor

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Team lead
Has experience in Ultrasound

Phyllis Image


Impact lead
Has experience in Ultrasound.
MSc in Public Health - University of South Wales

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Technology lead
Experience in Software development

Joel Image


Software Expert at embedded systems

Gloria Image


Business strategist
Over 10 years at BOU

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Over 15 years experience in Radiography

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Over 20 years experience in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Support Our Mission

Join us in our commitment to ensure no mother dies while giving birth. Your donation can make a significant difference in providing accessible and life-saving medical care to pregnant women, especially in rural areas. With your support, we can expand our reach and enhance our capabilities to deploy low-cost, portable ultrasound technology. Together, we can work towards a future where every mother has a safe childbirth experience.

MSCAN devices are designed for use in remote and resource-limited settings. They are energy-efficient and compatible with laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.
Our technology is tailored to meet the needs of healthcare professionals in rural areas, enhancing prenatal care and maternal health.
MSCAN’s portable ultrasound solutions are part of our commitment to reducing maternal mortality through early detection of risk factors.

MSCAN ultrasound devices are intended for use by trained healthcare professionals. Users should be familiar with the operation instructions and the limitations of the device.
Availability of our devices and services may vary by region. Please contact us for more information regarding availability in your area.

All data and case studies presented are based on real-life scenarios, reflecting the impact of our technology in various settings.

MSCAN is committed to providing affordable and accessible ultrasound technology to underserved communities, helping to bridge the healthcare gap.