TeleNocturnist Services

TeleNocturnist services can help your hospital avoid the nightmare of staffing and retaining nocturnists. Whether you’re a small rural facility or a large metropolitan health system, Eagle Telemedicine has you covered. TeleNocturnist companies handle everything from floor call to admissions to attending rapid responses and codes, hospitals reduce physician burnout and attrition and patients receive expert, timely treatment.

Four Models for Success

We offer a portfolio of specialized solutions to fit the needs of hospitals of all sizes:
• TeleNocturnists
• TeleCross-Coverage™
• Surge Protection™
• Collaborative Care

In the nighttime care domain, TeleNocturnist hospitalist coverage provides balance, easing the load for existing staff and ensuring that your standard of quality extends around the clock. It’s a seamless solution to the physician shortage that Eagle Telemedicine innovated, and one that is reducing toxicity of night coverage for our hospital partners today.


Why They Work for Hospitals and Physicians

Why telehealth in rural areas benefit from TeleNocturnists

Why are TeleHospitalists in demand?

Hospitals across the country are leveraging telemedicine hospitalist support to manage high turnover and the length of time required to recruit new physicians. After the stress of 2020, more hospitals are considering TeleHospitalist teams to reduce burnout and stress for existing staff. Physicians that report higher rates of burnout are more likely to make mistakes and search for new opportunities.
Telemedicine Hospitalist Care
TeleNocturnists Score High Marks in Patient Satisfaction

Eagle TeleNocturnists Services Score High Marks in Patient Satisfaction

Dosher contacted Eagle Telemedicine to improve support to its nursing team. “I’m so glad we did!” says Tom Siemers, Dosher’s President and CEO. The program went live in December 2018. Now, telemedicine physicians provide virtual care from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. 365 days a year. Eagle is providing TeleHospitalist to rural areas to increase access to care for patients in smaller communities, like Southport.