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Telehealth Services are available in the following health care facilities:
Current sites include:
- Arcola Health Centre
- Bengough Health Centre
- Carlyle Moose Mountain Lodge
- Carlyle Primary Care Clinic, Main Street Carlyle
- Carnduff Sunset Haven
- Coronach Health Centre
- Estevan St. Joseph’s Room #2 LTC
- Estevan St. Joseph’s Room #3 LTC Old Library
- Estevan St. Joseph’s Hospital Boardroom
- Estevan St. Joseph’s Hospital Renal Unit
- Estevan St. Joseph’s Hospital Ultrasound
- Estevan Regional Nursing Home
- Fillmore Health Centre
- Gainsborough Health Centre
- Kipling Integrated Health Centre
- Kipling Willowdale Lodge
- Lampman Community Health Centre
- Maryfield Health Centre
- Midale Health Centre
- Oxbow Galloway Health Centre
- Pangman Health Centre
- Radville Marian Health Centre
- Redvers Health Centre
- Stoughton New Hope Lodge
- Wawota Health Centre
- Weyburn Community Health Services Building
- Weyburn General Hospital
- Weyburn General Hospital Ultrasound
- Weyburn Mental Health Inpatient Unit
- Weyburn Primary Care Clinic
- Weyburn Regional Offices
- Weyburn Regional Pharmacy
- Weyburn Special Care Home
- Weyburn Tatagwa View
To register for a Telehealth event in one of these locations, please call 306-842-8605.
What is Telehealth?
For the patient, the use of videoconferencing equipment allows you to meet with your health care provider by seeing each other through a TV or monitor. The face to face meeting happens in real time without having to travel long distances.
For the health care worker, teleconferencing sessions can be used for health care appointments, teaching and learning sessions, as well as meetings. Telehealth allows community members to attend educational sessions and support groups without traveling great distances. Family members can attend appointments from afar via Telehealth with other members from other centres, whether it be medical appointments, case conferences or visitation.
How can I benefit from Telehealth?
1. Improved access
2. Receive health care services close to home
3. Gain more timely access to some specialists
5. Save yourself and your family the trouble of traveling for appointments.
6. Save time and money
7. Eliminate driving and possible overnight expenses and significantly reduce travel time.
What can I expect at a Telehealth session?
1. You will be asked to go to your nearest Telehealth office. Check in at the information or admitting desk and you will be directed to the Telehealth room
2. Someone will be there to greet you and how you how the equipment works. You will see the health care provider on the TV screen
3. You will be able to speak and hear each other as if you were in the same room.
4. Everyone present at both sites will introduce themselves before the session begins. You can ask questions at any time during the session.
5. Depending on the circumstances, there may be a nurse or other health care professional with you during the session.
What is expected of me?
1. Arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time.
2. Let your health care provider know if you cannot come to your appointment.
How is my privacy protected?
1. Telehealth uses line connections that are private and secure.
2. No one else will be able to access or view your session.
3. Telehealth rooms are very private and sessions happen behind closed doors.
4. All of the information discussed, written or seen will be kept confidential just like any other health care appointment.
For more information, please call the Telehealth Coordinator, 306-842-8605