MORRISVILLE, Vt. – Copley Hospital, in partnership with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Connected Care, is expanding Copley’s telehealth services to include TeleNephrology and TelePulmonology, in addition to TeleRheumatology. The partnership brings together D-H specialists and Copley’s patients through telehealth technology to provide evaluations, follow-up exams and recommendations for relevant therapies or interventions. These specialty services use live, two-way secure video on large format, high-definition mobile carts in the Multi-Specialty Clinic at Copley Hospital. “Copley and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Connected Care share a commitment to improve access to needed care,” said Vera Jones, COO at Copley Hospital, in a statement. “Our TeleRheumatology service started earlier this year, and now we can help meet the needs of patients living with kidney and respiratory diseases and conditions by removing barriers to access. This type of collaboration is efficient, effective and necessary to help build a healthier Vermont.” TeleNephrology and TelePulmonology will start in October.
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