Telehealth during COVID-19
Dr Matthew Cullen, Psychiatrist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney
Telehealth consultations are now available and most GPs across Australia are working actively as to how they can provide Telehealth consultations to their patients. You’ll have to speak to your own General Practice or look online to find out what arrangements they’ve put in place.
Last Reviewed: 27/04/2020
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