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This article reports the establishment of a pilot 'virtual clinic' in a rural region of Victoria, Australia. Using low-cost videophones that work across ordinary phone lines, together with off-the-shelf (mostly automatic) clinical tools, local volunteers have been trained to mediate a virtual consultation between simulated patients and local GPs. This system has the potential to save long trips into town by such patients since the traditional 'home visit' is not feasible, as well as to providepmid:15885016 fatcat:22wp5sgwh5a7nndk2efmts5q4i