Welcome to the KO Telemedicine Website!

KO Telemedicine will improve health for all First Nations Communities through a sustainable First Nations Telemedicine Program that is holistic, community driven and culturally appropriate.

KO Telemedicine (KOTM) delivers clinical, educational and administrative services via videoconferencing and advanced information communication technologies to First Nation communities in Ontario.

KO eHealth News

Alcoholics Anonymous
A weekly Alcoholics Anonymous session is being made available to the communities.
Healthy Living and Cancer Prevention & Screening Series: Kidney Health
This Presentation will be about information on the function of Healthy kidneys and Chronic kidney disease and symptom.
Ontario Lung Association: Prepare for Seasonal Changes
Canadian National Institute for the Blind: CNIB Services Overview
Anyone who assists people living with vision loss. Individuals who would like to know more about how CNIB can help those living with partial sight or blindness.
Early Language Development: No Talking, No Panic: Get your Talker Started
KO eHealth - Invitation to Participate

Partnering with First Nations has always been a priority for Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) and its partners at Keewaytinook Okimakanak eHealth Telemedicine Services (KOeTS). Today, there are 70 First Nation communities using telemedicine to access clinical, educational and administrative health services. Using room-based videoconferencing systems, patients in these communities connect with clinicians and specialists across Ontario through real-time video, saving them the stress, time and costs associated with travel.