Virtual care enables patients to receive medical care and guidance from the location of their choice. Patients connect with their health care providers through video or phone appointments and other remote communications.
Virtual care is NOT for medical emergencies. For medical emergencies, please call 9-1-1.
Virtual care refers to the different ways health care providers can interact with their patients remotely. Virtual care may involve patients and providers connecting through:
Telemedicine (also called telehealth) is when a provider delivers medical care or guidance to a patient during a video or phone virtual visit. Telemedicine is one component of virtual care.
Whether it's an unexpected illness or injury, a first-time consultation about a procedure, or a follow-up appointment, our specialists are here to care for you. Doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and more offer virtual visits.
You may schedule phone or video appointments for urgent or long-term health needs. If you have a phone, laptop, tablet or computer, we’re here to deliver the care you need from the location of your choice. On the day of your appointment, you log onto your device or call your health care provider to meet.
Virtual care offers flexibility to manage care in a way that’s convenient for you. You may choose to use one or more forms of virtual care for medical appointments. Or you may choose a combination of virtual care and in-person office visits. Your provider can help you plan the best approach for your health needs.
Here’s how our virtual care options work:
We help established or new patients stay on track with medical care that’s tailored to their needs. Through virtual visits, our health care providers can:
Caregivers, family members, and others can join your virtual visit from your location or remotely from another location.