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Caucasus Medical Center and EKIMO Offer Remote Services to Georgians Abroad

23 September 2020
Caucasus Medical Center and EKIMO Offer Remote Services to Georgians Abroad
During the worldwide quarantine and isolation times, people have limited access to planned medical services. That is why the Caucasus Medical Center, in partnership with the mobile application EKIMO, has created a product tailored to the needs of Georgian emigrants, which offers remote medical services to Georgians living abroad.

Georgians living abroad will be able to use remote medical services 24 hours a day. For them, the services of a family doctor will be free, while services of the other specialists they will receive at a symbolic price. Remote control of patients will be carried out in compliance with high medical standards, which includes the assessment and thorough monitoring of health condition.

Georgians living abroad have the opportunity to receive remote medical services using the mobile application EKIMO, which will simplify the selection and reservation of the desired doctor for users.
Also, for those who want to make a phone call to the family doctor, the number (+995) 595444484 is available 24 hours a day. After the reservation, the doctor will contact the patients.

A multidisciplinary Caucasus Medical Center will make every effort to provide all necessary medical care remotely to compatriots who are currently out of their homeland and for some reason may not be able to obtain the required medical care.

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