• 19 June 2020
    12:30 - 13:30

With hospital visits being restricted, wards are facing the challenges of patients being isolated from loved ones at a time when they may need them most. This lack of communication not only applies to COVID-19 ICU units, but neonatal, dementia, maternity and many other wards.


Mobile technology can alleviate many of these isolation challenges and keep patients and loved ones connected — all from a safe distance. Join Chief Executive of St George’s Hospital, Amerjit Chohan, and Jamf to learn how St George’s leverages Apple and Jamf to keep a safe line of communication open for patients and loved one, all without putting a burden on their IT staff.

You’ll learn how St. George’s Hospital:

  • Uses modern and efficient workflows to offer a safe communication platform
  • Configures and wipes Apple devices for new patients to leverage
  • Plans to evolve its telehealth initiative

Join us on 19th June at 12:30 and see how you too can adopt a telehealth process that best serves patients, loved ones and providers.


Amerijit Chohan, Chief Executive of St George’s Hospital
Adam Mahmud, Healthcare Solution Manager