Our Telehealth options give you remote access to your primary care doctors. Telehealth is available Monday-Saturday, 8 am - 4 pm.
Telehealth provides continuity of care
By developing ongoing relationships with their patients, our providers are able to provide integrated, holistic healthcare for patients of every age and gender. Telehealth is a tool that allows patients to have a virtual doctor's appointment and receive care without visiting a clinic in person.
Quick check-ins for refills or health updates
Our providers are committed to keeping you healthy for the long haul. As a convenient addition to regular in-person visits, telehealth visits are an easy way to update your primary care doctor about your needs and request refills for ongoing medical management.
- Management of Medications and Refills
- Status check-ins following medication changes.
Care for simple acute issues
Telehealth is not a replacement for an in-person visit to the Urgent Care or Emergency Room. However, for some conditions, an established patient can utilize virtual access to our walk-in providers for care. When additional medical care is needed for evaluation, you simply come in to a MedHelp urgent care clinic near you.
Telehealth visits are perfect for
- COVID-19 screening
- Arthritis pain
- Insect bites
- Respiratory infections
- Skin inflammations
- Sore throats
- Sprains and strains
- Bladder infections
- Sinus Infections
- Urinary Tract Infections
Telehealth is a broad technology category that allows patients to use digital tools (like a smartphone or laptop) to see their provider.
Actually, no. Telemedicine is used today to treat everything from the common cold to post-surgical wound care. At MedHelp, we use telehealth to coordinate care, diagnose certain illnesses, and screen for COVID-19.
Our providers can “see” a patient via a video screen, but in fact, it’s your patient history that provides about 90% of the clinical diagnosis. A virtual consultation can prevent unnecessary trips to the clinic when you’re not feeling well. You can think of these visits as a “virtual house call”.
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