We bring Rotarian resources together in support of telemedicine projects worldwide.

Buy Tickets Now for Pinot & Pizza!

at Paradise Ridge Winery on April 30, 2020 -- EVENT WILL SELL OUT!!
Join us for a special evening filled with wine, food, live auction, and stunning views all benefiting Global OffSite Care!

Pinot and Pizza fundraiser is presented in partnership with Paradise Ridge Winery and Global OffSite Care, benefitting Dr. Jim Gude's Global Telemedicine Projects worldwide.
Location: Stunning, newly rebuilt event center at Paradise Ridge Winery, 4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa, CA

Cost: Tickets are $125 each. You can become a Sponsor, Purchase Tickets to the event or Make a Donation now at our event website.

When: Thursday, April 30, 2020 6:00 – 10:00 pm





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Many people in the developing world have limited or no access to medical specialists.

They suffer or die because quality care is not available. Many doctors would like to help but cannot afford the time away from their practice or their home.

What if it were quick and inexpensive for a doctor to see a remote patient without the time and expense of travel?

What if a general practice doctor could consult with a specialist using affordable technology instead of having to bring the patient to the specialist? Telemedicine can deliver high quality care using affordable technology such as Wi-Fi networks, broadband Internet and tablet computers.

Remote consultations enable small hospitals to offer specialized services.

Doctors who serve in areas far from teaching hospitals can receive continuing education on best practices in the evolving world of medicine. And patients can receive care that would otherwise be out of reach.