Alexis Multispecialty Hospital in Nagpur, India, has successfully enabled telemedicine services for patients. Patients can now easily access medical consultations from the comfort of their homes with this facility. The telemedicine services have come handy at an apt time when the nation is fighting the global pandemic of coronavirus and social distancing is the norm to break the chain of the disease.
According to the press statement, individuals can call the hospital and book their appointments with any of the hospital’s multispecialty doctors throughout the day, seven days of the week. Dedicated officers coordinate with patients and doctors to fix the desired appointments and receive any reports or documentation via the hospital’s WhatsApp for business platform. Payments can be conveniently made through multiple channels, including the hospital’s application, Google Pay and PayTM. The specialists speak to patients over a call and advise necessary course of treatments or investigations required.
Introducing the services to help the healthcare system and the patrons, managing director Taher Shams said, “Telemedicine services will not only benefit the needy in such times of crises when they cannot leave their homes and need to consult with their treating doctors but also ensure access to high-quality healthcare services from remote locations at all times.”
Like many other nations, India has taken a step forward in enabling eHealth services in the wake of the pandemic and the country will stand to benefit from these services in the long run. Alexis Multispecialty Hospital has been at the forefront of providing international standards of health services to the residents of Nagpur and neighboring regions in India and keen on developing the region as a super hub for critical medical care.