Hierarchy of Holistic Health Services

Remote Areas:

  • Telemedicine via call centres supported by the medical teams at each of the Centres of Excellence in the Americas, Australia and Africa, west and south. These Centres are to have alliances with world renowned medical units around the world that may be accessed as and when required.
  • Telemedicine Kiosk: Through satellite communications, the kiosk enables remote access to telemedicine diagnosis and treatment.  The Kiosk features may incorporate diagnostic camera, three lead ECG, retinal scanner, a camera for video-conferencing, video screen, vital signs measurement and a defibrillator.  Should the Kiosk (being a laptop unit) be unable to communicate with the greater network, in built diagnostics are able to provide analysis of results.

Rural Areas:

Medical Care Centres may consist of as few as one Clinician. However, he/she is to have satellite broadband communication linkage to the core centres within the network.

Remote emerging community clinics may focus on:

  • Pre-natal / post natal services.
  • Immunisation
  • Dental
  • Eyes
  • Nutrition

Urban Clinics:

General Practitioners / Physicians may be supported by visiting specialist:

  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Orthopaedics
  • Dermatology

Supporting units may incorporate:

  • Pharmacy
  • Optometry
  • Physiotherapy
  • Radiology
  • Ozone Therapy units

Integrative Medicine generally incorporates natural healing methods to improve and/or restore function.  Integrative Medicine allows medical practitioners to combine successful natural and complementary therapies within the framework of orthodox / western medical training to provide more favourable clinical results while employing less invasive therapies.

Thus, there is a progression in size and complexity within the satellite health and care centres that can be anywhere in the world, all potentially being linked back to the Pascas Centres of Excellence, namely PASCAS HEALTH SANCTUARY.