Virtual clinics Launched to strengthen the telemedicine system
These virtual clinics launched by the Ministry of Health and Population have attracted more than 15,000 patients since their launch and this is in response to preventive measures to limit the spread of the Coronavirus.
The Ministry recently enhanced its electronic services by upgrading the services provided by outpatient clinics to hospitals run by the Ministry to become virtual hospitals. By using smart technology and digital communication systems, as part of the government’s precautionary measures. In order to limit the spread of the Coronavirus and to enhance the medical system
Virtual clinics include medical, nursing and pharmacy services. It also supports medical specialities such as nutrition and physiotherapy.
Clinics will also provide telemedicine and consulting services to simulate the pattern of traditional medical services without visiting hospitals.
Virtual clinics include most of the medical specialities and mental health services. The medicine delivery service will be provided to home all over the country. It ensures the continuity of the medical system in the current circumstances.