As published on Tatler Asia
Kindred's healthcare app offers users the ability to book a consultation, chat with doctors and access their personalised care plans among other things (Photo: Kindred)
The femtech company redefines safe spaces in women’s reproductive health by providing transparency, convenience and flexibility
With progress comes change, and Kindred—a femtech company from the Philippines—knows this well. As it celebrated its first anniversary on June 27, the company announced the launch of the Kindred app.
Kindred is a safe space founded by CEO, Jessica de Mesa, a 2022 Gen.T honouree. A former nurse, she set out to change the way health and wellness services were offered to women in the Philippines.
Kindred has created a platform that lets women share their experiences comfortably and connect with healthcare professionals for personal consultations—giving them the power to decide on their next steps.
ABOVE Jessica de Mesa during her keynote speech on how she hopes Kindred will empower more to take charge of their health (Photo: Kindred)
Its app allows users to communicate with healthcare professionals securely, book consultations and enrol in personalised care plans.
“Our goal is to reshape the landscape of women’s healthcare by empowering patients, connecting them with the right specialists, and providing personalised care plans to foster a more compassionate and efficient system,” she says.
De Mesa adds that Kindred’s vision includes advancing the app, enhancing its web experience and expanding clinic locations throughout the country.
“This is merely the starting point, as we have many exciting features in the pipeline to delight our valued patients.”