Use of wireless communication is on the rise in hospitals, medical offices, assisted living facilities and homes. This thesis explores how emerging Bluetooth and wireless technologies can use in medical applications. In 2003, only two year after Bluetooth wireless technology was officially released, the US Food and Drug Administration approved a Bluetooth enabled medical device for first time. And now after release of Bluetooth 4.0, because of its extra ordinary feature it has become wireless standard in the health care arena, with more than 30 million health care devices already in market today. Wireless communication is changing the way information is shared, and Bluetooth technology, with innovations like low power, ease of use, secure connection and high bandwidth offers the advantages of being unobtrusive and conveniently incorporate into an active lifecycle. In addition, due to its capability to establish connection with Bluetooth device and wireless network, Smartphone provides a huge advantage to manage and share information's between wireless health care network and Bluetooth enabled devices. A Smartphone is a mobile phone that offers more advanced computing ability and connectivity then a contemporary basic feature phone. This thesis is a system that connects health care provides direct to their patient and provides freedom to patient to collect and send their biometric data from anywhere to wireless health network in real time. Implementation of this thesis consists Web Application (Server) and Mobile Application (Client) development. By using Bluetooth enable medical device sand Smartphone application user can mange and share their biometric data with health care network and health care provider can keep track of patient and their biometric data.