The Ministry of Health, Rwanda has launched a Telemedicine Project that will allow doctors to conduct their medical services through online. The Minister of State for Health, Innocent Nyaruhirira has unveiled the details about the significance of the Telemedicine project in medical services. He announced that Government is opening e-Medicine services at King Faisal, Kigali Central and Butare University Hospitals and other centres of the country. The Government is also providing a useful tool to expand the quality of medical services. The e-Medicine service will allow the sharing of the limited resources available among health institutions to treat as many patients and teach more students as possible using with the few doctors and teachers available. The e-Medicine will help improve the quality of health services through teaching and linking Universities in Rwanda to others worldwide. South Africa is now collaborating with six African countries, including Rwanda to promote e-Medicine.

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