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Telehealth: primary care near you is just a video chat away.

Need to see your doctor but can’t make it to the center? Telehealth offers you the same caring, health-focused primary care you expect from ArchWell Health, from the convenience of your own home — or wherever you happen to be! With a virtual visit, you still get longer appointment times with a doctor whose number one concern is you.

A great way to get quality care from home.

Sometimes you may experience symptoms that require medical attention but aren’t severe enough to make an emergency room visit necessary. In that case, a telehealth appointment may be a good option for you.

With telehealth visits, your doctor can address conditions like respiratory infections, strep throat, the flu, and more. Additionally, if you can’t leave your home or would prefer not to visit your center due to concerns about COVID-19 or other illnesses, telehealth can provide a safe and convenient alternative. It’s always best to talk with your healthcare provider to decide if a telehealth appointment is right for your specific needs.

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Telehealth brings quality primary care to you.

Telehealth means using communications technology like video conferencing or phone calls to provide primary care remotely. With telehealth appointments, your care team can provide a variety of services such as diagnosing a condition, prescribing medication, or ordering tests.

Here are a few things you can expect during a telehealth primary care appointment:

  • You’ll need to have a device with a camera and microphone, such as a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
  • You’ll need to have a strong internet connection.
  • You’ll need to log in to the telehealth platform at your scheduled appointment time. (You’ll receive your login information when you set up your appointment.)
  • You and your doctor will be able to see and hear each other on the screen.
  • You’ll be able to talk to your doctor about your health concerns.
  • Your doctor may ask you to take your vital signs, such as your blood pressure, heart rate, and temperature.
  • Your doctor may prescribe medication or order tests.
  • Your doctor will discuss your treatment plan with you.

A telehealth appointment for a routine wellness checkup is a great opportunity to have your doctor answer questions about your health. Here are a few examples of questions you might want to ask:

  • How is my overall health?
  • Are there any new health concerns I should be aware of?
  • Do I need to make any changes to my medications or lifestyle?
  • What are my risk factors for chronic diseases?
  • What can I do to stay healthy?

It‘s important to be honest with your doctor about your health history and current symptoms. The more information you provide, the better your doctor will be able to advise or treat you.