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Sitting in Jammu patients may now consult Delhi doctors anytime, anyday
8/4/2016 10:20:45 PM
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JAMMU, Aug 4: SaveOnMedicals.com is all set to revolutionize the healthcare sector in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. The company has tied up with leading hospitals of Delhi/ NCR and facilitates doctor consults with these super specialists over proprietry video platform.
"Patients now can choose their own time and day while taking an opinion from over 300 super specialists of leading hospitals in Delhi. There is no need to wait for outside doctors to conduct their OPDs here in Jammu, which they conduct typically once in a month. They need to visit our website - www.saveonmedicals.com or download our app SaveOnMedicals from google play store or visit our SaveOnMedicals clinic at Shastri Nagar to seek video consultation, " said Ajay Gandotra, Director, SaveOnMedicals.
He further added that since the concept of video consultation is relatively new in India, the company will also facilitate the visits of super specialists of various branches to its Jammu clinic. Keeping in line with this initiative, Dr Vijay Sharma, an internationally trained senior orthopaedic surgeon from Max Hospital, Greater Noida conducted OPD at SaveOnMedicals clinic on July 31, 2016. Dr Vijay Sharma has treated thousand's of patients suffering from chronic joint pains and has conducted hundreds of successful knee / hip / shoulder and Ankle replacement and reconstruction surgeries. He will visit the clinic on the last Sunday of every month and will be available daily over video for consultations through the SaveOnMedicals video platform. SaveOnMedicals Clinic at Shastri Nagar would also act as a primary care clinic with facilities like Lab tests, X-Rays, Physiotherapy and a Chemist shop providing all necessary services required to a patient. "Any tests required by doctors would be conducted in house and reports would be uploaded on the platform for doctor to see and advice the patient. Doctors can write prescription over the platform and the same would be printed at the clinic and given to the patients for their records," said Nishi Gandotra, Director, SaveOnMedicals.
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