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Doctor Chat service provided by Terveystalo becomes a part of the Aalto contract

When there is no need for a physical examination, you can contact a doctor via the chat service.

The Doctor Chat service provided by Terveystalo will be a part of Aalto's contract of the occupational health care services.

The chat service can be used to assess the need for treatment, decide on laboratory tests and prescribe medication. It offers a channel for providing treatment instructions for previously diagnosed illnesses and treatment for conditions such as allergy symptoms and dermatitis. The chat service is free of charge for Aalto’s employees.

To use the chat service you should first register with the Oma Terveys 24/7 service. The registration can be made with either your online banking or mobile ID.

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