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Telemedicine

We can help you online today with prescriptions, referrals for testing, and chatting about your health issues.

Call to schedule a telemedicine appointment.

How It Works

Skip the waiting room. Get medical help now. See a doctor through our secure video connection and begin treatment right away.

Book Your Time

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Quick Online Visit

Complete a simple visit on your phone or computer and get treated today. No insurance necessary.

Easy Prescriptions

We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy. We can also help you find your medicine at affordable prices.

Here are some of the conditions we may treat via telemedicine:

Common Cold / Respiratory Infections (URI)

If you are suffering from acute earache, cough, runny nose or sore throat, you can have a viral or bacterial infection. We can help with an evaluation and find a treatment!
Note: Hearing loss, ear ringing or bleeding, chest pain, coughing up blood, high fever, wheezing or shortness of breath will require an in-office evaluation prior to treatment.

Food Poisoning

If you develop nausea, vomiting or diarrhea followed by a recent meal intake, you may be suffering from food poisoning. Delaying diagnosis and treatment can cause dehydration.
Note: If you are having abdominal pain, nausea, fever and/or blood in the stool, you must seek an immediate evaluation at the Emergency Department of the nearest hospital.

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Frequent urination or pain during urination can be signs of bladder or urethral infection. To prevent spreading of infection to kidneys and blood, you need to receive prompt testing and treatment.

Allergies

We can help you with evaluation, and in some cases, treatment of allergies related to certain food products, domestic animals or environmental pollutants/agents. Allergies usually worsen when left untreated and may results in chronic discomfort and inability to enjoy favorite foods or outdoors activities.

Backache and Body Aches

If you lifted something heavy or you experience frequent neck or back pain, we might be able to help. We can teach you proper back and neck care, provide instructions on exercise program and, if necessary, prescribe muscle relaxants so you can promptly return to normal life activities.

Eye Infections

In the morning, white or yellow pus-like discharge and redness from one or both eyes or feeling of ocular itching can be a sign of eye infection or allergy. Do not delay your evaluation and treatment! Call our office for prompt consultation. Remember that eye pain, changes in visual acuity or eye injury always require prompt traditional urgent care or ER evaluation.

Fertility Related Issues

If you have been unable to get pregnant for over 12 months of unprotected sex, you or your partner might be infertile. The spectrum of health issues can be quite vast. Some of the reasons of infertility are : ovarian dysfunction (polycystic ovaries/premature ovarian failure), female or male endocrine problems or reproductive organs anatomical abnormalities. The sooner you start an evaluation, the better are your chances of successful treatment. We might be able to help you by reviewing your health history, providing you with professional advice and instructions and ordering necessary testing. You may be required to have an in-office gynecological evaluation as well.

Common Endocrine Problems / Hormonal Imbalance

Our endocrine glands (hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, pancreas, gonads, e.t.c ) are very important for well being and proper function of the human body. The following symptoms can be indicative of dysfunction related to your endocrine system: blurred vision, fatigue, hair loss, rapid weight changes, depression, abnormal sweating or feeling cold, diarrhea or constipation, body aches, excessive thirst, frequent urination, low libido, abnormal menstrual flow and many others.

Benefits of Telemedicine

Stay on top of your health!

Call to schedule your appointment! ​

Affordable doctors visits and lab tests for the underinsured. Take preventive measures to avoid chronic illness and disease.