Telehealth video calls connect you and your family with our specialists online, so you don't need to come to the hospital for your appointment.
What is Telehealth?
Telehealth is a video call appointment with your healthcare providers. You can attend your video call appointment from any location, such as your home, work or your GP's clinic.
Watch this short video to see how to start Telehealth on your computer, laptop or phone.
Watch this short video which explains how to connect to your RMH Telehealth appointment using your desktop PC or smartphone.
Why use Telehealth?
- Easy to use - you can access it on any smartphone, tablet or computer with a camera, making it very easy to use
- Safe & secure - no patient information is retained by the system, so your health information is safe and secure
- Quick & cheap - you don't need to travel to get to your appointment, saving you time and money
Telehealth video calls allow you and your healthcare provider to see each other, without you needing to travel to the hospital.
Start your Telehealth video call
Start your Telehealth video call just before your appointment time. Your Telehealth waiting room is shown on your appointment letter.
Commonly used waiting rooms
- Outpatients (Specialist Clinics) waiting room
- Pre-Admission Clinic waiting room
- Allied health waiting room
- Genetics & Familial Cancer Centre (Genomics) waiting room
You can also find links to Telehealth waiting rooms on relevant Services & clinics pages.
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