Got a worrisome rash, malaria, typhoid, diabetes, etc.? You can still see our doctor if you can’t leave home during the coronavirus outbreak by using Telemedicine.
WHO and U.S. public health officials are pushing people to try Telemedicine for primary health cases like bacterial diarrhea, typhoid fever, hepatitis A, yellow fever, malaria, meningitis, and other minor problems and skip the hospital, doctor’s office or clinic. It’s also a way to check in with a doctor if you think you have symptoms of COVID-19.
The goal is to prevent the spread of coronavirus, especially to those who are most vulnerable, older people and those with existing health conditions who frequent hospitals and doctor’s clinics. Virtual care has long been proven as a way to get help quickly, anytime anywhere instead of waiting days to see a doctor. This is even more important now because of the pandemic COVID-19.
What is Telemedicine?
Generally, it just refers to a video visit with a remotely located care provider like a doctor or therapist over a secure connection. The patient uses a website link or an app to connect.
Telemedicine often involves diagnosing and treating a new health problem but is also used to keep tabs on an existing, long-term conditions like diabetes.
Got a smartphone, tablet or computer? That’s all you really need to use telemedicine, sometimes called telehealth or virtual visits.
Who offers Telemedicine in Nigeria?
Health Connect 24×7 combines next-generation telemedicine, telemonitoring and home health to provide you with immediate access to highly trained and experienced doctors and wellness experts for healthy, acute and chronic condition management and advice via voice/ video calls, live chat as well as on-site doctors and clinics.
What does it cost?
Take advantage of our coronavirus promo and pay just N4,800 per annum and save 60% of the cost!
Call our toll-free number 08000 432584 (08000 HEALTH) to claim the offer Claim Now! http://staging.healthconnect247.com/special-offer-1-year-subscripton-n4800/
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