The Kirkjubaejarklaustur clinic, part of Heilbrigdisstofnun Sudurlands (Health Suderlands HSU), is the first healthcare facility in Iceland to implement a clinical telemedicine program of its kind. Located in a small town (in the middle of nowhere), this rural community clinic is surprisingly busy during the tourist season (May-Sept) – they see up to 60 patients per day! The use of AGNES Interactive and the IMEDS Clinical Telemedicine System allows them to access dermatologists, cardiologists and other specialty providers in real-time to address their patient’s immediate medical needs.
Mainstream care reaches small Iceland community
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