Doctors United will now start offering telemedicine services and virtual appointments to continue providing access to physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Doctors United’s physician will be available for virtual appointments to patients as an alternative to visiting their doctor’s offices. Virtual care uses smartphones, camera-enabled computers, or tablet devices to facilitate communication between a physician and a patient in their home.
Patients who choose to utilize this service will be registered by a staff member over the phone and given an appointment time and instructions for how to setup virtually meet face-to-face with their physician. The decision was made to expedite the rollout to all clinics in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
As always, the health and safety of our patients and staff is our number one priority. Implementing virtual care services will allow patients to receive the same exceptional care while in the comfort of their own homes.
All Doctors United offices now offer this service. If someone does not currently have a primary care physician, appointments can be made. For more information, call one of our doctors offices.