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Telemedicine

Programs that allow health care professionals to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients in remote locations using telecommunications technology. Telemedicine permits two-way, real time interactive communication between the patient, and the physician or other practitioners at a distant site. Some programs may also incorporate other forms of communication including transfer of medical information such as CT scans, MRIs, ultrasound studies, radiographic images and pathology images to medical personnel at another site for review and analysis. The technology is also being used in other related areas of practice (e.g., mental health, substance use disorders, gambling) as well as for teaching and remote caregiving purposes.

Found 9 resources (displaying 9)

Thru: Springport Free Library

Eligibility:
Resident of area served.
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Springport Free Library

171 Cayuga Street
Union Springs, NY

Thru: Aurora Free Library

Eligibility:
Resident of area served.
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Aurora Free Library

370 Main Street
Aurora, NY

Thru: Fair Haven Library

Eligibility:
None.
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Fair Haven Library

14426 S Richmond Avenue
Fair Haven, NY

Thru: Hazard Library

Eligibility:
Resident of area served.
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Hazard Library

2487 NY 34B
Poplar Ridge, NY

Thru: Port Byron Library

Eligibility:
Resident of area served.
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Port Byron Library

12 Sponable Drive
Port Byron, NY

Thru: Seymour Public Library District

Eligibility:
Reside in area served.
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Tele-Health

176-178 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY

Thru: Springport Free Library

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Tele-Health

171 Cayuga Street
Union Springs, NY

Thru: Stewart B. Lang Memorial Library

Eligibility:
Resident of area served.
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Tele-Health

2577 E Main Street
Cato, NY

Thru: Weedsport Public Library

Eligibility:
Residents of coverage area.
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Tele-Health

2795 E Brutus Street
Weedsport, NY

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