Clinical telemedicine

for local communities

An access point in every town hall and all public buildings with the Consult Station®, the first connected telemedicine booth.

Medical care

Response to the needs of citizens for healthcare access

Occupational health

Occupational health for
civil servants

Health promotion

Reduced public health

Access to healthcare in a time of healthcare shortages

user satisfaction

2-Chiffres-cles 54%

of patients would otherwise have gone without healthcare


of cases
treated in full

H4D services for local communities

LE FAVRIL lance le service de téléconsultation H4D

Le Favril (France) – an ambitious action against care shortage in the countryside

In October 2019, the local government of the town of Le Favril (France) launched a teleconsultation service for citizens from the towns of Beauce and Perche to facilitate access to general practitioners.

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“Access to healthcare, particularly access to a general practitioner, was a major concern for people here. This was especially true for those without a regular doctor, or whose regular doctor wasn’t available quickly enough. As Mayor of Le Favril and Vice President of the Association of Rural Mayors of France. I had to take action to address this citizen concern. (…)

So I decided to install the telemedicine booth in our rural community so as to allow people in the area to consult a doctor immediately from the connected healthcare center in Le Favril’s town hall. They are looked after in the same conditions as in face-to-face practice.”

John Billard | Mayor of Le Favril and Vice President of the Association of Rural Mayors of France

  • Telemedicine services launched: October 2019
  • Utilization: Primary care, in teleconsultation mode
  • Number of citizens with access to a Consult Station®: 22,000

It is often hard to obtain an appointment with a general practitioner. I hear that both from citizens and from my fellow mayors. We needed to find a solution.

John Billard,
Mayor of Le Favril
Vice President of the Association of Rural Mayors of France (AMRF)

The telemedicine booth can be installed in a town hall or in a local health center, but also in…

They are committed to making healthcare accessible to everyone

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Ministère de l'intérieur un client H4D
Le Plessis Robinsons un client H4D
Ville de Mennecy un client H4D
Rosny-sous-bois un client H4D
All Sims un client H4D
Le Favril un client H4D
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H4D will be at the Salon des Maires in Paris, November 24-26 2020

Discover the teleconsultation booth at the H4D stand.