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TeleHealth

TeleHealth allows a nurse to monitor the patient daily while giving the patient their independence. A registered nurse remotely monitors the patient’s pulse ox, blood pressure, weight, and vital signs.

Telehealth is the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to remotely support clinical health care. The patient answers questions on the TeleHealth device each morning, and then sends the data to the nurse in the office. This program decrease readmits to the hospital and allows the physician to be notified quickly if a patient’s status changes.


For more information or to make a referral, call (229) 312-4405 or 1-877-912-9300.

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Phoebe Putney Health System is a network of hospitals, family medicine clinics, rehab facilities, auxiliary services, and medical education training facilities. Founded in 1911,
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital (the flagship hospital) is one of Georgia's largest comprehensive regional medical centers. From the beginning, Phoebe's mission and vision
has been to bring the finest medical talent and technology to the citizens of Southwest Georgia, and to serve all citizens of the community regardless of ability to pay.