Established by two Australian engineers, Visionflex has been a telehealth innovator since 2014.
Using our knowledge and experience, we work closely with our clients to help them deliver the most effective and secure Visionflex telehealth service to their patients.
With world-first clinical functionality, new generation HD video-conferencing software, and easy-to-use hardware, the Visionflex telehealth solutions bring together medical expertise and patients, around the globe.
At Pexip, we are passionate and love what we do. We believe in the power of video communication and its potential to be as effective as in-person meetings.
Pexip simplifies complex video conferencing to empower teams to meet, regardless of location or technology. It enables video communication on any device and across traditionally incompatible technologies such as traditional video conferencing, Microsoft Skype for Business, WebRTC in-browser video, and mobile.
Healthcare customers in Australia include Telehealth Tasmania - a division committed to telehealth within the Tasmanian Department of Health - as well as Queensland Health.
My Emergency Doctor is Australia’s leading emergency telemedicine provider. Partnering with hospitals, ambulances, primary health networks, residential aged care facilities and urgent care centres to provide virtual access to Australian qualified emergency specialist doctors 24/7/365 days a year. Our solutions are turn key, providing rapid deployment of virtual solutions for healthcare providers to reduce pressure in emergency care, deliver better experience for our healthcare professionals, improve patient health access and outcomes.
WA Country Health Service
- Contact: Kate Hawkings
- 189 Wellington Street, Perth WA 6000
- PO Box 6680, East Perth Business Centre WA 6892
- Telephone: +61 8 9223 8500
- Toll Free: 1800 629 028
- Business hours: 8:15am - 4:30pm, Monday to Friday (excludes public holidays)
The WA Country Health Service (WACHS) is the largest country health system in Australia with services spanning more than 2.5 million square kilometres from Albany to Kalumburu. From nursing posts to outreach services, to child health clinics and bustling regional hospitals, WACHS plays an important role in the lives of people in country communities. Our mission is to improve country people’s health and wellbeing, to care for the sick and to ensure that country communities can access high quality healthcare with telehealth playing a key role in improving equitable health service access for people living across country WA.