Stay safe! Don’t waste time or get sick in a waiting room.
Telemedicine is a convenient way to get medical care virtually anywhere without compromising your health further. You can use a computer, tablet, or phone to interact with the doctor in real-time through a secure audio and video communication. Here’s a brief list of the conditions and services you have access via telemedicine:
Cold, Flu, and Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Symptoms
- Shortness of breath
- Body aches
- Ear pain
- Watery itchy eyes
- Pink eye
- Nasal congestion
- Sore throat
Skin conditions & Minor wounds
- Skin infections
- Superficial Scrapes and Cuts
- Insect Bites
- Stomach pain
Urinary and Sexual
- Bladder infection
- Sexually transmitted disease
- Erectile dysfunction
- Yeast infections
- High blood pressure
- Medical Weight Loss (medications)
- Hormone Therapy
- Panic attacks
- Difficulty sleeping
- OCD symptoms
Preventive Health and Wellness
- Lifestyle Modification
- Weight loss exercise & meal planning
- Stress management
- Travel health counseling
- Same-day or next-day appointments
- 24/7 availability
- Labs, X-rays, MRI’s and other tests can be ordered near your location
- Medication changes and refills can be prescribed to a pharmacy
- Referrals to specialists and other care facilities
After a visit, you are provided with a detailed summary of your visit that may be submitted to your insurance for a partial or complete refund of your upfront visit fee.
Telemedicine may not be the solution for conditions requiring an in-person exam, procedures, urgent or emergent interventions. Contact 911 for immediate assistance.
When to Call 911?
- Trouble breathing
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
- New confusion or inability to awaken
- Facial droop, loss of strength, abnormal speech, or numbness in one side of the body)
- New or repeat seizures
- Chest pain
- Coughing up blood
- Vomiting blood
- Inability to urinate
- Injuries that result in obvious broken bones, deep cuts, inability to walk, or inability to use the injured limb
Call ahead even if you or your loved one needs emergency care.
Paramedics can deliver life-saving treatment on the way to the hospital.
Put on a facemask before help arrives or before entering a medical facility.