Indigenous Clinical Videoconferencing – Patient: Content
Whether you’re living in an on-or off-reserve community, including remote fly-in communities, or in an urban area, you can connect with a doctor or specialist and receive culturally sensitive care through real-time video.
OTN partners with Keewaytinook Okimakanak eHealth Telemedicine Services (KOeTS), the Chiefs of Ontario, the Trilateral First Nations Health Senior Officials Committee, and the Metis Nation of Ontario to provide faster, easier access to healthcare.
Select you local health centre to contact and request a video visit
Benefits of the program
- Quickly access healthcare providers and specialists anywhere in Ontario.
- Receive care closer to home – in the right place, and at the right time for you.
- Reduce inconvenient and time consuming long distance travel.
Over 120 virtual care systems are now active, connecting communities to care across the province.
How it Works:
Request a video visit through your local health centre.
The health centre will identify a health provider for you and schedule the appointment.
Receive a notification with the time and date of your appointment.
Arrive at your health centre in time for your appointment.
Do your video visit securely on the computer.