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Interested in a Telehealth Visit?

Telehealth is a secure, convenient and private way to receive care from one of our primary care physicians. It’s designed to handle non-emergency medical conditions and can often substitute for a doctor’s office; urgent care center or emergency room visit. Telehealth is not intended to replace your in-office visits with your primary care physician or to be used in life-threatening emergencies. If this is a life-threatening emergency, dial 911 immediately.

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How to Get Started you Ask?

We offer several convenient ways to schedule yourself a visit.

  1. Click here to Schedule an Appointment.(opens in a new tab)
  2. By logging into your patient portal HERE. Click Appointments on the left, click Schedule Appointment at the top of the screen, and finally by choosing location Telehealth. This method will allow you to select the physician, date and time of the visit without the need to contact our office directly.
  3. Call our office at 410-535-2005 and follow the options to schedule an appointment. One of our receptionists will assist you with scheduling your visit.

The 3 methods above only require a working camera, microphone and compatible web browser, no matter the device being used for your Telehealth visit. You simply click the link we send to you in a text message or email and connect with your Provider. The option is yours!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Telehealth?

Telehealth is a way to deliver and get healthcare using telecommunications technology (phone, computer). If you hear that your doctor is offering “live telehealth visits,” it means you can now videochat your doctor online!

How does Telehealth work?

At minimum, most patients will need a computer 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. You also need a decent internet connection that allows you to stream video.

What type of an appointment can I schedule?

  • Sore throat
  • Pink Eye
  • Acute sinus infection
  • Upper respiratory tract infections (URI)
  • Cough
  • Bronchitis
  • Itchy / Red Eyes
  • Earache
  • Rash
  • Urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • Vaginal discharge / yeast infection / vaginal itching
  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Medication refill (Only for maintenance drugs such as high blood pressure, antidepressants, diabetic meds)
  • Boil / infected cyst

Plus many more! Call us at 410-535-2005 if your reason for a Telehealth Visit isn’t listed.

How much will it cost me?

Please check with your insurance if you have questions about coverage.

Will my Insurance cover my Telehealth Visit?

Most Insurances have limited coverage when billing for a Telehealth Visit. However, many Carefirst and Aetna plans do provide coverage and we make every effort to bill your insurance before billing you directly for these services. All other insurances we do not bill. Please contact your Insurance representative to get more information.

Can I use this Telehealth Service anywhere?

Yes! Well kind of. As long as you are within the continental United States of America, you can see one of our providers!

Why do patients use Telehealth?

Patients use Telehealth to connect with their doctor for quick treatment and requests, such as prescription refills, a follow-up appointment, an answer to a health question, or urgent treatment for minor medical issues.

How can my doctor treat me without a physical exam?

Your doctor doesn’t need to do a physical exam to diagnose and treat many conditions. That’s because knowing your medical history when combined with the doctor-patient interaction makes up most of your visit. 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 and view any picture uploads via the Telehealth app gives your doctor the additional visual information needed to make a diagnosis.

How does a Telehealth visit work?

The 3 methods above only require a working camera, microphone and compatible web browser, no matter the device being used for your Telehealth visit. You simply click the link we send to you in a text message or email and connect with your Provider.

Can my doctor prescribe medication?

Yes. If your doctor decides you need treatment, he or she will send your prescription electronically to your pharmacy so it’s ready to pick-up when you arrive.

Can Telehealth be used for medical emergencies?

No, Telehealth shouldn’t be used for emergency care. If you have a medical emergency, please dial 911 immediately.

Is my medical information secure?

Yes. The eVisit app is 100% HIPAA compliant, so any personal health information you provide is completely safe and secure.

Do I need any special equipment for a Telehealth visit?

You do need a few basics: a computer or compatible mobile device (tablet or smartphone), a webcam, and a microphone. If your computer or mobile device already has an integrated camera and microphone, you shouldn’t need any extra equipment to get started.

I’m not very tech-savvy. Is Telehealth still for me?

Yes! The Telehealth platforms are designed to be very user-friendly. Imagine Skype, but with a few more bells and whistles to give you and your doctor everything you need to have a successful visit.

What conditions can my doctor treat via Telehealth?

Doctors can use the Telehealth to treat and manage a wide range of conditions. A few of them are the following:

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • Sore throat
  • Cough
  • Boil / infected cyst
  • Bronchitis
  • Rash
  • Itchy / Red Eyes
  • Pink Eye
  • Fever
  • Vomiting
  • Earache
  • Sinus Infection
  • Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URI)
  • Acute Sinus Infection
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
  • Nausea
  • Medication Refills *Restrictions apply, speak to your Doctor

What Doctors may I see using Telehealth?

All our physicians are capable of providing Telehealth services. Ask your provider if your next visit can be a Telehealth visit.


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