Murthy Gokula Opens Family Medicine and Geriatrics Connected

. October 31, 2018.
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Patients commonly complain about the pace of healthcare— between hospital visits, appointments with specialists, and waiting rooms, the process of evaluation, diagnosis and treatment often seems slow. In recent years, telemedicine has allowed healthcare professionals to use telecommunications technology to share information, images, and more, remotely, improving care for patients in their homes, workplaces or assisted living facilities. To help bring healthcare forward, Toledo Physician Murthy Gokula has opened a simple and easy to use new Family Medicine & Geriatrics Connected holistic health care clinic, featuring patient-centered approaches, 24/7 (concierge) physician services, and telemedicine at 2230 W. Laskey Rd., in Toledo. Board-certified in family medicine and geriatrics. Dr. Gokula is considered a pioneer in the “stay home” model of care for the elderly, working closely with nursing homes, assisted living and senior living facilities.

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