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Medics launch campaign to ease telemedicine services

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A section of medical practitioners have launched the campaign dubbed Healthcare on the GO to ease online medical consultations, prescription and treatment.
Led by the Sweden-based Dr. Wilbrode Okungu who developed these said they will through the NetDoc Telemedicine Application, ease services to ensure that all individuals irrespective of the call, get quality health care.
Speaking during the launch of the NetDoc medicine in Kampala, Fredrick Richard Olowo, the Head of Marketing said that the new product on the internet will offer high quality medical consultations that are accessible to everyone, anytime and anywhere, all through the power of the NetDoc Telemedicine app available on google play store and Appstore.
He said the NetDoc Telemedicine app empowers users to consult with over 350 health specialists, receive prescriptions, and access a wide range of medical services, all from the comfort of their homes, workplaces or any location they prefer through a video or audio call. Additional, the app allows users to safely store their medical records and history, facilitating seamless consultation and management of their health.
The App which since transformed into a NetDoc Medicare Ltd have operated for three years, carrying on with the legacy of telemedicine which Olowo says is the future.
The medical practitioners through this campaign, offer medical consultation services to patients online.
“Healthcare on the GO is a comprehensive campaign aimed at providing on-demand access to qualified healthcare professionals through our user-friendly mobile application,” Olowo said.
He added that the revolutionary initiative is set to redefine the healthcare landscape by offering high-quality medical consultations that are accessible to everyone, anytime, and anywhere, all through the NetDoc Telemedicine app

“This innovative platform empowers users to consult with over 350 health specialists, receive prescriptions, and access a wide range of medical services, all from the comfort of their homes, workplaces, or any location they prefer,”
The campaign which is being spearheaded by Dr. Okungu, the CEO, NetDoc said that,
“NetDoc app connects users with licensed healthcare providers instantly via video or voice calls, ensuring timely medical advice. Patients can also receive e-prescriptions for medications, directly sent to them at their convenience. NetDoc doctors can refer users to specialists if necessary, ensuring they receive the best care possible,” he said.
Brenda Namiro, Head of Sales at NetDoc further described an app as a vital platform that connects hospitals with patients, significantly improving healthcare accessibility and efficiency.

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