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NoAH Telemedicine System – Travel for Health

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The seventh consecutive action of the HYGEIA Corporate Social Responsibility program "Traveling for Health", took place in the remote islands of Tilos and Nisyros, using TMA's NoAH Telemedicine System portable equipment.
A team of 60 volunteers offered free health services to the residents of the two islands: Thursday and Friday 6-7 of July at Tilos Elementary School (Livadia) and Saturday and Sunday 8-9 of July at the Primary School of Nisyros (Mandraki).
Through TMA's Noah Telemedicine Case portable equipment, patients' medical data uploaded to TMA's e-Hygeia Telemedicine Cloud EMR server, and patients medical history file created, so that residents and physicians can have access whenever needed.
The team of volunteers consisted of 26 doctors of 16 specialties as well as 34 volunteers from the nursing, technical and administrative staff from HYGEIA Group of Companies. Doctor's specialties are: vascular surgeons, anesthesiologists, radiologists, gynecologists, dermatologists, cardiologists, neurologists, orthopedists, urologists, ophthalmologists, physicians, pediatricians, pulmonologists, surgeons, plastic surgeons and otolaryngologists.
The "Travel for Health" program was launched in 2013 to meet the needs of the inhabitants of small islands and mountain communities that do not have easy access to medical services.

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