Rural and Remote Health Care

Experts agreed that the main primary care services available to those living in rural and remote communities included sick and injured mental health, maternal / child health, occupational health, sexual / reproductive health, recovery, oral / dental health, and prevention of public health / illness. The fact that these communities do not have exactly the same access to health and medical services-especially specialized and rarely used services-located in metropolitan communities should not matter whether they are able to easily access high-quality primary health services. Research shows that access to this basket of essential primary health services is inadequate in rural and remote communities.


  • Track 1-1 Tele Healthcare
  • Track 2-2 Remote monitoring
  • Track 3-3 Remote consultations
  • Track 4-4 Pulmonary Rehabilitation

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