You're right; it's awkward.
This looks like a job for a noun adjunct (also known as an attributive noun). As one website explains, English often uses nouns as adjectives to modify other nouns:
You know that an adjective modifies, describing a quality of a noun. For example, you drink a cup of hot tea. The adjective is hot and the noun is tea. What about lemon tea? Lemon is a noun, isn’t it? Why is it modifying tea?
So, with this in mind, we can write:
To meaningfully impact patient lives by democratizing entertainment, educational tools, and social content through
You wouldn't be the first to use this solution; see, for example: