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VideoDoc treated up to 1,200 on trip to Kenya

3rd March, 2019

Digital doctor service VideoDoc has set up a healthcare programme in Kenya.

Representatives of the Irish company, which connects patients with qualified doctors online, travelled to the Magadi region in Kenya last week where they treated between 1,000 and 1,200 people during the week.

This was VideoDoc’s second trip to the area so far, following a scoping mission there in November last year.

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