Telemedicine Services in all Spanish format will initially start in the US via Michigan
The project is promoted by Jacques von Speyer, CEO of Telemedicina Latina, who has experience in the service for the English-speaking community, through the US Tele-Medicine brand, which has been operating for 11 years with 33 doctors, who have received multiple awards and recognitions throughout the country.
Telemedicine is a completely legal practice, supervised and authorized by the US government, which operates as a call center attended by trained doctors to offer consultation through teleconferences, in which the symptoms of patients are observed through remote smart phone cameras or computers.
It is a service with invaluable advantages, both in terms of health and economic, since, like the expenses of face-to-face or hospitalization consultations, the payments generated by telemedicine are covered by private insurers or government agencies. like Medicare or Medicaid.
The advantage is that now the service will be available in Spanish.
Von Speyer reported that preparations for the start-up of Telemedicina Latina operations are in the final phase and in a few days will be available to the Hispanic community of this entity, which will be the spearhead for expansion throughout the country.
He said that with the service of Latin Telemedicine, the Spanish-speaking population will be able to call the number 888-TELEMEDICINE to request reports and receive attention and may also visit the site www.telemedicinalatina.com.
The service will include the site www.telemedicinalatina.shop, with all the information in Spanish, where patients can buy their medicines and nutritional products, pay them electronically and receive them at their homes via courier.
14 Monarch Bay plaza, Monarch Beach CA. 92629
Phone number: (313) 329 2646
TELEMEDICINA LATINA is a company with more than 11 years of experience that immediately offers the provision of medical services to Hispanic citizens living in the US, through calls or video calls 365 days a year.
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