At a juncture when the daily case-load of COVID-19 is rising very alarmingly in India, the US-based Association of ethnic Indian-American doctors MDTOK has volunteered to send its medical team to India to stop the spread of the pandemic.
The telemedicine platform MDTOK (www.MDtok.com) is providing much-needed services to Indian patients absolutely free. The services of MDTOK, the biggest group of Indian-American physicians, can go a long way in reducing the growth of pandemic besides reducing the number of patients seeking beds in hospitals.
Through the benefit of multilingual services, the members of MDTOK speaking Punjabi, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil and Telugu can now offer medical guidance to the people in India in these languages. The COVID-19 patients in India can consult them through the internet.
More Indian-American Doctors Joining the Initiative of MDTOK
The effort of MDTOK to combat soaring COVID-19 cases in India has been very positively responded to by the Indian-American doctors. This is evident from the fact that over 300 doctors from the US alone joined MDTOK and they already served over 10,000 patients in India. Nearly 120,000 Indians approach for help from MDTOK.
On average, US doctors are attending about 8-10 free consultations to every day. In fact, the free service provided to Indians by MDTOK evoked global response from doctors of Indian origin practising in different parts of the world besides the USA. A large number of doctors of Indian origin settled in Singapore, Dubai, Canada and Australia have also joined the initiatives of MDTOK.
The MDTOK is mainly concerned with Healthcare, Second opinion, Health Care Information Technology, Health and Wellness, and Telemedicine.
MDTOK, currently making a great difference in combating COVID-19 in India by providing free consultations in local Indian languages, has made an indelible imprint on the map of health service in the world through its voluntary service in India.
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Already achieving greatly in stopping the community transmission of COVID-19 through its teleconsultation, the startup teleHealth company MDtok offered a major opportunity to Indian-American doctors to set a record of free service to the needy people in a pandemic time.
At the helm of affairs of MDtok are eminent doctors like Dr Abhijeet Nakave, Dr Mohit Gupta and Dr Nishant Sangole supported by Dr Hemraj Gaidhani PhD, Glen Morten, John Pletka.