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An access point in every town hall and all public buildings with the Consult Station®, the first connected telemedicine booth.
Response to the needs of citizens for healthcare access
Occupational health for
Reduced public health
of patients would otherwise have gone without healthcare
treated in full
With H4D, a citizen can make an appointment online with a general practitioner.
During the teleconsultation, the patient and the doctor communicate in complete confidentiality. The doctor examines the patient remotely, reaching a clinical diagnosis.
The prescription is printed directly in the booth, and the patient can visit a pharmacy the same day.
H4D offers a specialty medicine service that allows employees to make an appointment with a specialist practitioner – dermatologist, cardiologist, nutritionist, psychologist or psychiatrist…
The physician software allows access to reports and measurements taken by the patient during previous booth sessions.
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.
“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
DOMITYS residences for seniors already have close ties to healthcare facilities and the local gerontology network. It is entirely natural to offer new services to seniors in the vicinity. This ambition aligns with local policies that aim to give access to healthcare to everyone.
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.