Fibre Connectivity To Facilitate Telemedicine, Improve Services At NTRH

Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital is now connected to the National Optic Fibre Back-bone Infrastructure (NOFBI).
The Kshs. 11-million optic fibre project comes with great benefits of streamlined services in the hospital to reduce the long queues that have been witnessed because of slow internet connections. This also translates to quick patients attendance.
Networking has already begun in the older buildings while the newly-constructed ones will have wireless internet.
This realization will see the facility benefit with such services as telemedicine, access to government health records and facilitate the referral system in the country.
Medical practitioners will have the advantage of making better decisions on a patient a result of access to information system in the country.
We are now moving from old ways of keeping patients files to storing them digitally. The hospital is going full digital, commented NTRH CEO, Dr. Timothy Panga.
Connectivity will also be done in the upcoming KMTC facility within the hospital compound.

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