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Press Release: “Babylon app puts a GP in your pocket” - Global Regulatory Services provides guidance


Global Regulatory Services (GRS) is delighted with the response their client, Babylon Partners, has received to the launch of the babylon health app.  They launched the app to an audience of 5,000 at the Royal Albert Hall and were “humbled by the response”:

The Telegraph:"Set to revolutionise the healthcare system and eradicate waiting lists for subscribers."
Daily Express:“Ground-breaking…Babylon phone app puts a doctor in your pocket."
The Times:"The doctor will see you now…on your smartphone screen."


Babylon has many ‘firsts’ to its name including:


  • it is the world's first integrated digital healthcare system that gives users timely and confidential access to experienced GPs and Consultants
  • it is the first organisation of its kind to be registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and have designated body status from NHS England.


GRS is proud to be working with Babylon providing them with regulatory advice and guidance as they continue on their journey "towards a future where everyone has easy access to high quality, affordable healthcare".


Bobby Deal, Managing Director
Global Regulatory Services (GRS)
Global House, Painters Lane, Sutton, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB6 2NS, UK
Phone: +44 (0)1223 750638



Global Regulatory Services (GRS):
a global company offering a holistic approach to the regulatory requirements of the Life Science Industry.  Based in the UK with a global network of regulatory professionals and specialists, GRS provides strategic advice as well as ensuring compliance with all the current and relevant regulations.  The company’s vision is “to be an integral part of an alliance focused on improving the health and welfare of the World’s population”.


Babylon Partners:
are building the world’s first integrated digital healthcare system combining the latest advances in technology with modern medicine.  Their objective is to leverage the mobile devices people already use to redefine healthcare, making access to GP and specialist consultations, diagnostics and health monitoring simple. And they want to make it possible for anyone, anytime, anywhere.