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Telemedicine Clinic (TC)

Dr Sumer Sethi, pioneer of medical Tele-education and Teleradiology (TeleRad Providers) in India has now taken the initiative to reach remote patients through telemedicine, it has been a pioneering medical education initiative since 1999 and has been pioneer in teaching Doctors for further education both in India and abroad. TeleRad Providers is one of the pioneers in the field of remote diagnosis and caters to remote radiology needs of various hospitals and diagnostic centers across North India.

About Telemedicine

Telemedicine is the use of telecommunication and information technologies to provide clinical health care at a distance. It helps eliminate distance barriers and can improve access to medical services that would often not be consistently available in distant rural communities.

Equitable access to healthcare services is a challenge in India due to limited resources especially in rural and tier II cities. Technology has the power to enhance healthcare delivery across the geographic barrier. For developing countries, telemedicine and eHealth can be the only means of healthcare provision in remote areas. For example, the difficult financial situation in many African states and lack of trained health professionals has meant that the majority of the people in sub-Saharan Africa are badly disadvantaged in medical care, and in remote areas with low population density, direct healthcare provision is often very poor

Telepsychiatry, another aspect of telemedicine, also utilizes videoconferencing for patients residing in underserved areas to access psychiatric services. It offers wide range of services to the patients and providers, such as consultation between the psychiatrists, educational clinical programs, diagnosis and assessment, medication therapy management, and routine follow-up meetings.

Telepsychiatry is the application of Telemedicine to the field of Psychiatry. It has been the most successful of all the telemedicine applications so far, because of its need for only a good videoconferencing facility between the patient and the psychiatrist, especially for follow-up.

Our Specialist
Dr Sachin Arora

Traning & Experience

  • Trained in neurology and EEG for 1 month at Dept of Neurology, Gauhati medical college.
  • Experienced in administering modified electroconvulsive therapy
  • Teaching experience for undergraduates and interns.
  • In under-graduation, participated in intra-college and inter-college quiz competitions
  • 1st prize winner in pathology and microbiology quizzes
  • Runner up in paediatric (IAP) and surgery(ASI) quizzes
  • Participated in medical quiz, psychiatry quiz(IPS).

Teleradiology is the most popular use for telemedicine and accounts for at least 50% of all telemedicine usage. Teleradiology is the transmission of radiological patient images, such as x-rays, CTs, and MRIs, from one location to another for the purposes of sharing studies with other radiologists and physicians.

An article published by Dr Sumer Sethi in Internet Journal of Radiology in 2007 My profile and picture The Internet Journal of Radiology. 2007 Volume 8 Number 1.
  • In his latest book, The World is Flat, Thomas Friedman describes the unplanned cascade of technological and social shifts that effectively leveled the economic world, and “accidentally made Beijing, Bangalore and Bethesda next-door neighbors.” Friedman's list of “flatteners” includes the fall of the Berlin Wall; the rise of Netscape and the dotcom boom that led to a trillion dollar investment in fiber optic cable; the emergence of common software platforms and open source code enabling global collaboration; and the rise of outsourcing, offshoring, supply chaining and insourcing.
  • According to the book these flatteners converged around the year 2000, and “created a flat world: a global, web-enabled platform for multiple forms of sharing knowledge and work, irrespective of time, distance, geography and increasingly, language.” Thomas Friedman further says “When you start to think of the world as flat, a lot of things make sense in ways they did not before. What the flattening of the world means is that we are now connecting all the knowledge centers on the planet together into a single global network.”
  • One of the most serious, but under-publicized, health care worker shortages is the lack of radiologists, radiology technicians, radiation therapists, and others. With so few radiologists available, an increasing demand for radiology services, and so many specialties to choose from, new radiologists do not want to perform the routine work of reading the x-rays in the middle of the nights and weekends. This forced hospitals to find a solution.
  • Welcome to a flattened world! Nighthawks - highly educated and credentialed radiologist, many of whom were trained in the U.S. then returned to their homelands to practice medicine half-way around the world, are now reading and interpreting your X-rays, CAT scans and MRI images when you make a late-night visit to an emergency room or the radiologist is off on vacation.
  • Thanks to increasingly powerful Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) networks, diagnostic images such as MRIs, CT scans or radiographs can be transferred digitally to major centres that might otherwise be inaccessible to these patients. According to Tim Lougheed in Canadian Medical Association Journal in May 2004 Canada Health is investing tens of millions of dollars in digital radiology equipment at various sites across the country, along with PACS networks to transmit images from place to place. Question arises-Who will read them?
  • Given the defensive medicine being followed, the demands on radiologists to be perfect and accurate are increasing, and with more workload, radiologists are unable to cope with the pressure. There is a problem of long waiting periods in the UK. The newer radiologists coming out of the US, UK, and EU will not be able to meet the growing requirements. Teleradiology or flat world radiology comes to mind as the logical solution to this human logistics nightmare. Then, Global Radiology concept will then enable the flow of radiology expertise from areas of surplus to areas of requirement, worldwide.
Our Specialist
Dr Sumer Sethi

CEO(TeleRad Providers)

Prime Telerad Providers Pvt Ltd

Telemedicine allows dermatology consultations over a distance using audio, visual and data communication, and has been found to improve efficiency.

Our Specialist
Dr Arvind Kumar



  • American College of Clinical Endocrinologist(2012)
  • Research Society for Study of Diabetes in India(lifetime)
  • Delhi Diabetes Forum(lifetime)
  • Associations of Physicians of India(lifetime)
  • Indian Medical Association(lifetime)

Dr arvind kumar is one the dynamic and highly competent doctor for best treatment of diabetes,thyroid and other hormonal related disorders.He is considered as the doctor with most revisiting patients(after first consultation with dr arvind kumar,patients like to have long term follow up with him only) and best diabetologist with independent practice under the age of 40 years.Dr Arvind has received the prestigious “Best Diabetologist in Gurgaon” award by World wide achievers.

Our Specialist
Dr Deepti Bahl

Consultant Gynecologist

Dr Deepti Bahl is a passionate Gynecologist who has done her graduation from leading medical college in Delhi and followed up with her Residency in Obs-Gyne from Lady Hardinge medical college. She has worked in diverse settings after her MS in both leading government and private institutions in India. She has developed significant interest in medical education and is revered by medical graduates all over India for being

thorough with latest guidelines and practice. She is a seasoned Obstetrician & Gynaecologist with significant experience in IVF infertility management. Her expertise in infertility management has helped many a infertile couples in Delhi/NCR and now through Telemedicine Clinic expertise wants to share her honest opinion with infertile couples across the country and help them.

Our Specialist
Dr Siddharth Sethi

Pediatric Nephrology

Indian Society of Pediatric Nephrology


  • Pediatric Nephrology
  • Renal Replacement Therapy including renal transplantation

He was trained as a Fellow (International Pediatric Nephrology Association Fellowship (2007-2008)) and Senior Resident in Pediatric Nephrology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Division of Pediatric Nephrology and Transplant Immunology, Cedars Sinai Medical Centre, Los Angeles, California(2008-2009). He has been actively involved in the care of children with all kinds of complex renal disorders, including nephrotic syndrome, tubular disorders, urinary tract infections, hypertension, chronic kidney disease, and renal transplantation.

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