Telehealth simply means a doctor visit on the phone or via video using a smartphone or computer. You will be able to talk with your provider from the comfort of your home or other locations just as you would in the doctor’s office.
Many different platforms enable physicians and patients to connect in a telehealth visit. Some work through a simple app download and registration. Others require no downloads and visits begin by clicking a link sent by email from the practice. The practice will provide instructions about your telehealth visit when you schedule the appointment.
Find a provider from the list above, and ask if your appointment can be done by phone or video. Some appointments require a physical examination in order for the doctor to meet the standard of care and make fully informed decisions. But many appointments can be managed well through virtual interaction. These may include certain visits for:
Many insurance plans cover telehealth visits. Video visits are typically required, although some payers will cover visits by phone only. Check your plan coverage or ask when you make an appointment.
Telehealth visits through our medical group are for new and existing patients.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking special precautions to keep our offices and other care environments safe for every patient. Learn more about the steps we are taking.
*Most calls before 12 noon, Monday-Friday, will result in a same-day appointment. Patients may be seen by a physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant. Patients may not be seen by their regular provider.