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Facing a critical head trauma in an isolated BC community, physician Caroline Walker relied on both ROSe and RUDi real-time virtual support pathways to help her patient. She shares how both services worked in concert to provide critical, just-in-time support.

ROSe physician, MJ Slabbert, and RUDi physician, Brydon Blacklaws, explain key differences between the two services and what they share in common.

BC Real-Time Virtual Support (RTVS) Pathways

RUDi – Rural Urgent Doctors in-aid
Physicians with emergency medicine and rural experience are available 24/7 by Zoom and phone to support rural healthcare providers looking for support with patients.

ROSe – Rural Outreach Support
Intensivist/critical care specialists are available 24/7 by Zoom, mobile app, and phone to support rural healthcare providers looking for a consultation, second opinion, or ongoing virtual support for patients.

Find out more on our real-time virtual support page and visit The Rural Coordination Centre of BC to access all real-time virtual support pathways.

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