Introducing the MedicalMentor.
An app that saves lives.
COMING LATE SUMMER 2014
Imagine if life, even with medical needs, were simpler and more organized. It can be. Meant for caregiver, parent, and individual use, LionHeart Innovations is proud to introduce the industry’s first all-in-one mobile, medical application, the MedicalMentor.
Putting care in your hands.
MedicalMentor is meant to help overwhelmed individuals, parents, and caregivers provide effective care by eliminating mistakes and saving valuable time. There is a better way to take care of personal and family medical needs.
The vision for the MedicalMentor is not to replace doctors and medical providers, but rather to work with them to give them accurate and more complete information. Caregivers are already required to be specialists and, with this all-in-one application, they will be empowered to that end. MedicalMentor is designed to help overwhelmed individuals, parents, and caregivers provide accurate care by eliminating mistakes and saving money and valuable time.
The LionHeart team strongly believes that the MedicalMentor will improve the quality of life for all involved. We are absolutely confident that our product is secure, private, and versatile.
Our goal is to make better tools accessible to those who need it most and to pave the way to more efficient, accurate care.
In 2010, Tammy’s
son Landen Lion was born. Her husband, Joe, and her had no idea anything was wrong until doctors told them the words no parent wants to hear, “there is something wrong with your baby.” All the doctors knew was he had a failing heart and he didn’t have much hope for survival. Tammy and Joe knew their son had a tough fight ahead of him, so they gave him the middle name Lion. Lion represented strength and courage and our hope for our son to live.
At 3 months old, he received a miracle of a new heart. This gift was given to him by a sweet baby girl named Claire. Although they were excited that their son now had a chance at life, doctors had warned Tammy and Joe that a heart transplant wasn’t a cure; it was a trade with it’s own set of consequences. One of them being their little 3 months old, baby boy only had a 50% chance of celebrating his 10th birthday. When Tammy and Joe heard this, they asked the surgeon what they could do to better that statistic. The doctor told us something they haven’t forgotten. The doctor told us to be involved in his medical care. Tammy, like any other parent, would do anything and everything possible for her son to be here, even if only one more day. To do this, she has learned that she needs to be not only involved, but be the driving force in his medical care.
Our mission is to provide everyone with both the education and the tools necessary so they too can be the driving force in their medical care.