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Participating Libraries

The NRTRC Find Telehealth map is a free, public-use map for patients and providers to locate telehealth services, as well as find available Telehealth Access Points (TAPs), a public location where a telehealth visit can be conducted. The ICfL has partnered with The Northwest Regional Telehealth Center (NRTC) to upload library telehealth locations to this map, so patrons, library staff, and the general public can easily find Telehealth Access Points (TAPs) across Idaho.

A Telehealth Access Point is a dedicated public space for individuals to access a telehealth appointment. These spaces consist of an adequate internet connection, a device with a working camera, speaker, and microphone, as well as privacy considerations in the form of a dedicated room or kiosk where the telehealth visit can be conducted. TAPs may also have support staff to assist an individual through a telehealth appointment if needed.

In order to see library locations (telehealth access points) on this map, make sure the “TAPs” toggle is switched on. Additional information about how to use the map can be found by clicking on “HOW TO USE THIS FINDER” from the menu along the left.

Screenshot of NRTRC Find Telehealth map

Patrons, patients, and healthcare providers are encouraged to reach out to libraries directly to learn more about their telehealth spaces, discuss possible partnerships, and even schedule the space for use. The ICfL is also happy to facilitate connections with these and other local libraries for potential partnerships, so feel free to reach out to us as well and we can help you get in touch.

Are you a library or other community organization that offers a telehealth access point (TAP)? Would you like your location listed on the NRTRC’s “Find Telehealth Map”? Get started by completing the form by clicking on the button below.

Deana Brown

Adult Services Consultant
Email / 208-639-4156
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