At Medicross Limited, we proudly offer telemedicine services to our patients in Kenya. Telemedicine is an innovative way to provide healthcare services remotely, using advanced communication and information technology.

Our telemedicine services include the following:

  • Virtual consultations: Our patients can connect with our healthcare providers through a secure video call or phone call to discuss their healthcare needs and receive medical advice.

    Remote monitoring: We can monitor our patients' vital signs and other health indicators remotely using advanced monitoring devices and software.

    Electronic prescribing: Our healthcare providers can electronically prescribe medications and other treatments to our patients, saving them time and hassle.

    Secure messaging: Our patients can communicate with our healthcare providers through a secure messaging platform, allowing them to ask questions and receive support between visits.

Why Choose Medicross Limited for Telemedicine in Kenya?

  • Convenient care: Our telemedicine services allow our patients to receive healthcare from the comfort of their own homes without the need to travel to a clinic.

    Time-saving: Our telemedicine services can save our patients time and hassle by eliminating the need to schedule and attend in-person appointments.

    Wide range of services: We offer a full range of telemedicine services, including virtual consultations, remote monitoring, electronic prescribing, and secure messaging.

Best Clinic in Kenya for Telemedicine

  • At Medicross Limited, we are proud to be recognized as one of the best clinics in Kenya for telemedicine. Our team of experienced healthcare providers and support staff are dedicated to providing convenient and high-quality healthcare to our patients through our telemedicine services.
    If you require telemedicine services in Kenya, we encourage you to schedule a virtual consultation with us. We look forward to serving you and your family.

Data on Telemedicine in Kenya

  • According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the adoption of telemedicine in Kenya is increasing, with a growing number of healthcare providers offering telemedicine services.
    The WHO estimates that telemedicine can improve access to healthcare for people living in rural or remote areas of Kenya, where access to healthcare facilities may be limited.
    Telemedicine can also reduce the burden on Kenya's healthcare system by reducing the number of in-person visits to clinics and hospitals.