The patient’s condition and clinical observations are transmitted to the doctor by the community health workers through telemedicine and recording apps.
The patient’s medical details are available to the doctor and community health worker via an app on their hand held tablet and a remote Electronic Medical Records Database.
Patients who need escalated treatment are transferred to our treatment centre or to secondary care hospitals as required in the same ambulance that the community health workers use to attend the call.
We also have community based telemedicine monitoring and walk in treatment centres. These centres are fully staffed with doctors and nurses, equipped with a diagnostic laboratory, pharmacy, minor operating room and day care beds.
These facilities are available round the clock 365 days a year.
All treatments we provide including investigations, medicines and transfers are free to all deserving patients.