The best option for clinic appointments is always an in-person visit with your provider.However, we now offer online appointments, allowing you to interact with your provider via video link. Telehealth provides healthcare services from the comfort of their own homes. Please note, not all visits are suitable for telehealth.
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Can I see my own doctor? Telehealth appointments are available Monday through Friday with John Shell, Jon Sides, Chris Jarvis, Jeff Sloyer, Myra Johnson, and Jana Ortega.
What is telehealth? Telehealth is a way to deliver healthcare services using telecommunications technology (phone, computer, tablet, etc.).
What equipment do I need for a telehealth visit? Most patients will need a computer, tablet, or mobile device with an integrated camera and microphone. If your device doesn't have a built-in microphone or webcam, you'll need to get those. If unable to obtain, may need to be seen in the office.
Will it work with wifi? Yes! As long as your wireless connection is strong enough.
I'm not very tech-savvy. Is telehealth right for me? Patients of all ages can use our telehealth platform successfully.
How can the doctor diagnose me without actually doing a physical exam? Your doctor actually doesn’t need to do an in-person physical exam to diagnose and treat many conditions. That’s because knowing your medical history is considered “90 percent of the evaluation” when combined with the doctor-patient interaction. How you’re feeling can be just as important to your doctor as the results of a physical exam. Plus, being able to see you gives your medical provider the additional visual information needed to make a diagnosis.
Can I get a prescription filled from the visit? Yes! As long as your diagnosis doesn't require further in-person examination, your medical provider can simply electronically prescribe your medication and send it directly to the nearest pharmacy of your choice.