“Knowledge is everything. Acquiring that is the beginning of sense making”

In today’s digital world, we often find ourselves surrounded by an overload of information but lacking in knowledge. This is particularly true in the field of healthcare, where patients are bombarded with vast amounts of medical information, often from unreliable sources. As a result, they may feel overwhelmed and struggle to make informed decisions about their health. In such a scenario, it becomes crucial for healthcare practitioners to prioritize effective communication and honest conversations with their patients. By going back to the basics of understanding, listening, and communicating, practitioners can build trust and provide the necessary guidance to patients. This human connection allows for a deeper understanding of the patients’ concerns, beliefs, and goals, which in turn facilitates better decision-making and improved outcomes.

Creating a platform for open discussions and information exchange between clinicians and patients can be immensely beneficial, especially in addressing non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. By encouraging dialogue, patients can gain a better understanding of their conditions, available treatment options, and lifestyle modifications. They can also share their experiences and challenges, which can help other patients facing similar issues. This exchange of information and support fosters a sense of community and empowerment among patients, ultimately leading to better disease management and prevention. Amidst the overwhelming amount of information available in the digital age, it is crucial for healthcare practitioners to prioritize meaningful communication and honest conversations with their patients. By creating platforms for knowledge exchange and fostering open dialogue, we can bridge the gap between information and knowledge, empower patients, and improve healthcare outcomes, especially in the context of non-communicable diseases.

clinicians and patients
clinicians and patients

Mission & Vision

Our mission is to know diabetes and hypertension by heart through prevention, education and treatment. Transform patients and providers relationship through information technology, utilizing tools that promote safe, timely, and cost efficient patient care.

Our vision is to improve the screening of non-communicable disease specifically diabetes and hypertension, identify the risks of these diseases in communities, and propose a prevention plan in collaboration with the health and human services, and regulatory agencies.


Meet Our Doctors

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Dr. Emmanuel Y. Yennyemb, Dr. Emmanuel Yagnye Yennyemb, MBA, MCP, CSAP, ACHEM, PhD. | Founder & CEO

As the Founder and CEO of GEM HealthCare Consulting LLC, Emmanuel Yennyemb is responsible for running all facets of the business.

Dr Louise Loe

Dr. Louise Loe | Diabetes PCP

Dr. Loe specializes in Diabetes and she is also the diabetes wound care specialist. She has extensive experience and expertise in performing physical examinations, acute minor care, wellness exams, and treatment of chronic health issues.

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Maisha Smith-Trau | Diabetes PCP

Maisha Smith-Trau’s experience and expertise in family primary care make her a highly skilled nurse practitioner. With over 10 years of experience in the field, she has honed her abilities in physical assessments, DMV physicals, hypertension, and diabetes care.

Dr Marlene Quilala

Dr. Marlene Quilala | Pediatrician

As a pediatrician, Dr. Quilala functions as a primary care provider, or the first point of contact when a patient is sick. She offers comprehensive care for infants, kids & teenagers.

Dr Clarisse Loe Loumou

Dr. Clarisse Loe Loumou | Pediatrician

Dr. Loumou has 28 years of experience, including 14 years in French speaking Africa with expertise in Pediatrics, Nutrition, and Advocacy for the global health and health of the child.

Eden Bekele

Eden Bekele | MSN & Health Coach

Ms. Bekele has been working in the nutrition field for the last twenty years. She has worked with high-risk patients such as; gestational diabetes, HIV AIDS,Infant and children with complicated health issues and overweight children.

Angèle Hermine Pondy

Angèle Hermine Pondy | Professor

Angèle Hermine Pondy is a Pediatric Hematologist Oncologist, Senior Lecturer, at the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences of the University of Yaoundé I in Cameroon since 2009.

Metasebia Bekele

Metasebia Bekele | PA-C

Metasebia Bekele is a nationally certified physician assistant specialized in family practice at Sutter Health. She is certified by the National Commission for Certification of Physician Assistants. Her professional interests include adult medicine and chronic diseases.