Remote Telemonitoring

Remote Telemonitoring is a service that allows you to record information about your health and send it to your healthcare professional. The service may be provided as part of your ongoing care for a period of time if deemed appropriate for your condition. Telemonitoring is suitable for people who have been diagnosed with various conditions such as diabetes, heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or after a stroke/transient ischaemic attack (TIA).

Telemonitoring NI will help you to manage your condition and provide your team of healthcare professionals with information to enable them to make appropriate decisions about your care.

Benefits include:
• Self-Care: Managing your condition at home allows improved health and well-being
• Connecting family, friends and carers
• Patient care at home
• GP Clinician – Access to patient information improving diagnosis and treatment
• Community Nurse – Can check patient’s health at any time
• Daily Monitoring – Ongoing assessment of medical condition
• Link to triage nurses – 7 days a week


If you, or someone you know, could benefit from telemonitoring you should speak with your GP, specialist nurse or your hospital consultant and their team.
Alternatively contact your local Trust’s Telehealth Service Manager:
South Eastern Trust:
Telephone: (028) 9151 1125

Useful Links

Telemonitoring NI:

Centre for Connected Health:

Below is the link for the Patient Portal:

If a patient would like to use the Portal please contact the TF3 Service Desk:
Telephone: 0845 602 1302.
Our Service Desk advisors will talk you through the process.

For patients using U-Tell please click on the following link:

FATE System:
Please click here to watch the FATE system video.