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Community Clinic: Virtual Information Session
You’re invited! We are also hosting a virtual community information session for those unable to attend the open ... Full Story
Thursday, February 22
Community Clinic on CBC
Barinder Gill, the Prince Edward Family Health Team's Executive Director, was on CBC this morning discussing how ... Full Story
Thursday, February 22
Community Clinic: Picton Information Session
You’re invited! We’re hosting a series of open houses and community information sessions in Picton and ... Full Story
Thursday, February 15

Store Forward Project for Dermatology

Available by referral from your PEFHT Primary Care Provider

The Prince Edward Family Health Team is working in partnership with the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) on this distance technology project. Health care providers use high-resolution cameras and monitors to take and view photographs of skin conditions. These digital images, along with patient health data, are stored on a secure server then securely forwarded to a dermatologist. The specialist assesses the skin condition shown in the photos, makes a diagnosis, and offers expert advice on how to treat the skin condition.

     

This project aims to:

  • Improve access to Specialists
  • Reduce the wait time for appointments with Specialists
  • Reduce the need to travel to a Specialist's office

There are future plans to expand this project to include Mental Health, Chronic Pain Management, and Wound Management.

     
PEFHT has OTN equipment available at 2 sites in Prince Edward County.
  • Sandbanks Medical Centre in Wellington
  • Harbourview Clinic in Picton

 Contact Telemedicine Coordinator for more information:

613-476-0400 ext. 244