What is Telehealth?
Telehealth visits are a convenient and easy way for patients to connect with their providers while in the comfort of their own homes using a computer, smart phone, iPad, or similar device.
When a patient schedules an office visit with their provider, they may be given an option to have a virtual Telehealth visit, rather than coming into the office.
South County Health offers Telehealth options for:
Who can receive a Telehealth visit?
You and your provider will determine if a Telehealth visit is an option for you.
To participate in a Telehealth visit, you will need:
How does Telehealth work?
If you and your provider agree that Telehealth is an option that will meet your needs, on the day of your scheduled appointment you will receive a text or email from your provider’s office with a link to the Doxy.me Telehealth Portal.
By clicking the link sent by your provider, you will open the Doxy.me Virtual Office website.
Follow the step-by-step instructions that will take you to the Virtual Waiting Room.
Once your provider connects via video, you and your provider will interact using the visual and audio features on your device to get the care you need without leaving your home!
Are Telehealth visits covered by health insurance?
Your insurance company determines whether or not a co-pay is applied to this service. Please contact your insurer to confirm your coverage before your visit.
Tips for an effective Telehealth Visit
Contact your specific provider to find out if Telehealth Visits are available!