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helping BIPOC-led Healthcare practices Expand Their Income & Impact with Ease


YOU CAN serve your community without sacrificing rest or revenue 

Your practice is growing on the outside, but:

  • you’re seeing so many patients already and can't figure out how to make the revenue you need

  • you feel like you work all the time, yet the community health problems you opened your practice to fix persist

  • you worry how you’ll make enough profit to pay down your loans 

  • you find yourself spending more time with paperwork than patients 

  • you are working in the practice so much, that you can't find time to work on the business. 

  • your team keeps saying they need help but you need more revenue 


  Real talk.
You can’t build health equity (or dismantle medical racism
unless you have a practice where you're thriving, not just surviving. 

You're not failing. You're figuring it out.  But it's time to stop doing it alone. 

Let us help you grow your practice with ease instead of exhaustion. 

We help BIPOC-led health practices serving under-resourced communities create powerful & profitable partnerships, so they can create both income & impact without burning themselves out. 

ready to get the support you need?

 here are 3 ways to get started: 

Watch our 30 minute masterclass on the four ways to expand your practice revenue, reach and impact
(without burning out)

Submit an intake so we can immediately learn more about your practice and see if we can help you grow your practice using our framework

Listen to our curated list of episodes to learn more about how funding partnerships can support your mission-driven practice








Melanin & Medicine has        mission


To ensure that more practices can connect their culturally-responsive, high-quality & comprehensive services with the right community partners to make healthcare more accessible, equitable & just for the communities they serve.


Melanin & Medicine


Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo is a healthcare social entrepreneurship & funding consultant, specializing in helping mission-driven healthcare practices partnering with community organizations to create health justice for historically excluded & under-resourced communities.

Dr. Uwemedimo worked as a global pediatrician in low-income countries for almost 2 decades and as a public health researcher and professor for over a decade, securing over $2 million in grant funding and leading  inter-professional teams to build and scale healthcare delivery and research programs to achieve health equity for marginalized youth and families.   

However, in 2019 after experiencing burnout and a life-changing diagnosis of multiple sclerosis , she transitioned to social entrepreneurship to finally create healthcare spaces that truly served under-resourced communities.

In less than 2 years, she and her co-founders, secured over $700,000 in funding for their own social impact multi-practice healthcare network, Strong Children Wellness, which embeds comprehensive & tech-enabled physical health, mental health and social care services within community based organizations to serve marginalized & historically excluded youth and families, including those affected by medical racism, trauma, mental illness, immigration challenges and poverty.

dr. omolara THOMAS uwemedimo, MD, MPH, FAAP

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