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  • PG&E's telemedicine kiosk in Fresno office could save employees a trip to doctor

    Pacific Gas and Electric Co. unveiled Tuesday a telemedicine kiosk in its downtown Fresno office that will connect sick employees with a doctor in minutes to talk about their symptoms and get a diagnosis and treatment. The virtual kiosk even has biometric devices to take body temperature, blood pressure and zoom into skin rashes to help doctors determine what’s wrong.

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. unveiled Tuesday a telemedicine kiosk in its downtown Fresno office that will connect sick employees with a doctor in minutes to talk about their symptoms and get a diagnosis and treatment. The virtual kiosk even has biometric devices to take body temperature, blood pressure and zoom into skin rashes to help doctors determine what’s wrong.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. unveiled Tuesday a telemedicine kiosk in its downtown Fresno office that will connect sick employees with a doctor in minutes to talk about their symptoms and get a diagnosis and treatment. The virtual kiosk even has biometric devices to take body temperature, blood pressure and zoom into skin rashes to help doctors determine what’s wrong.

Ailing PG&E workers can now skip the doctor’s office for the company kiosk instead

November 29, 2016 1:58 PM