When you arrive at our clinic, you will be checked in just as you are at any other clinic. You can fill out your paperwork prior to your visit by using the forms located below. These forms are secure and HIPAA compliant and meet all the security guidelines.

You can enter your information and sign the documents with your finger, mouse, or stylus. The forms are also compatible with most smart phones, so you can use your phone to complete your registration paperwork.

Our telepresenter will seat you at our telemedicine station and connect you to your provider. The provider will be in a remote location and you will be communicating with them over the computer.

The provider will be able to see and hear you just as if they are in the same office. The visit is very similar to a facetime meeting or skype meeting, with the addition of additional security compliance. The video conferencing system we are using is medical grade and HIPAA compliant.
If you have any questions, please ask the clinic staff or ask the provider.

Telemedicine FAQ's

Telemedicine is the distribution of health-related services and information via electronic information and telecommunication technologies. It allows the patient to see the provider from long-distances. The provider can administer care, advice, education, intervention, monitoring and remote admission all with the patient not having to leave their community or in some instances even their homes.
A Telemedicine visit is essentially the same as a face-to-face visit with your provider. The only difference is the provider will be at a distant location and you will be talking with them on a screen. You will arrive at the clinic just as you normally would for an appointment. You will be asked to fill out your paperwork and be checked in. A clinic staff member will escort you back to an office/exam room and seat you in the appropriate location once the provider is ready to see you. You will be left with the provider on the screen to conduct your session. Once the session is complete, the provider will notify the clinic staff with instructions for follow up appointments, medications, labs, etc. You will then be escorted back to the waiting room.
We all know how difficult it can be at times to schedule an appointment with your providers. This can be due to a number of factors, there could be a shortage of providers offering services in your community, there could be an illness outbreak making it difficult to find an appointment times, travel to a clinic can also be a barrier for patients gaining access to care. Utilizing telemedicine to see your provider can help remove some of those barriers by brining the provider to your area without the need for the provider to travel to your hometown clinic using video conferencing technology.
Staff members have been trained how to troubleshoot issues and will make sure the connection has been tested prior to your appointment. If there are issues and you lose connection during your session, staff members will reconnect to the provider. If the connection cannot be reestablished, your appointment will be rescheduled, or you will be directed to an in-person provider.
If you choose not to use Telemedicine for your appointment, that is your choice. Our staff will be happy to assist you with finding an in-person location. There are also situations where an in-person appointment may be necessary, our staff will assist you in those instances.
Yes. Telemedicine and Telehealth have been used now for several decades. If you have concerns about your privacy, please ask the clinic staff to provide you with details about the security of its telemedicine program. State and Federal guidelines require that all telemedicine consults be HIPAA compliant.