Australian Unity telehealth subsidiary Remedy Healthcare looks to double its workforce during COVID-19

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A sign that telehealth is booming – despite concerning numbers about its use during the pandemic.

The telehealth group is looking to add 170 staff to its team of over 300 registered nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, podiatrists and care coordinators from now until December 2020.

Remedy says it is experiencing increasing demand for its services across aged care, insurers, public and private hospitals, community care groups, peak bodies (such as the National Heart Foundation and Osteoporosis Australia) and pharmaceutical companies with over 75,000 clients in the past decade.

Remedy is part of Australian Unity’s joint venture with Australia’s largest private hospital company, Ramsay Health Care, to offer hospital in the home services including rehabilitation post joint replacement, palliative care, chronic disease and mental health management programs.


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