Your Real Doctor. Virtually Anywhere.

Our providers are available to consult with you via phone or video.

In these uncertain times, we’re making it easy and safe to talk to your primary or specialty health care provider from your home using your smart phone, tablet or computer. If you prefer or need to talk to your provider by phone, this is an option as well.

A virtual visit allows you and your provider to connect via your electronic device or phone without going to the clinic for an appointment.

During your consultation, your provider can talk to you about your health concerns, work on a care plan, and if needed, provide a prescription order while you remain safe in your home.

A virtual visit is the same cost as your standard co-pay visit.

Request An Appointment

How It Works

Call your primary or specialty health care provider to schedule a virtual visit.

Schedule Your Appointment

Setup an appointment with your provider as you normally would. A member of our team will get your appointment scheduled and provide further information on the technology your provider will be using for the appointment.

Prepare Accordingly

Before your virtual visit, a member of our team will reach out to you and walk you through each step to get you connected to your provider. They will also go over any preparations needed in order for your virtual visit to go as smooth as possible.

Connect With Your Provider

Meet with your provider face-to-face using a smart phone, tablet, or computer and receive the same great care from the convenience of your home. No office visits. No long drives. Get the care you need from the safety of your home or office.

Virtual Visit Verbal Consent

With the passing of Assembly Bill 415, Telehealth Advancement Act of 2011, in January 2012, health care providers must verbally inform the patient of the use of telehealth and the potential limitations of telehealth. The verbal consent must be documented in the patient’s medical record at the time of visit. Grace Health System® will document the following verbal consent: “Patient verbally consented to a telehealth encounter after patient was informed of visit limitations with the use of technology and technical failures that may interrupt or stop the video connection during the course of the encounter. Patient was informed of their right to withhold or withdraw their consent to the use of telehealth in the course of their care at any time.”