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COVID-19 Updates

Our Virtual Office Visits Offer Safety & Convenience During a Stressful Time

COVID-19 urgent careAt PhysicianOne Urgent Care, we’ve been leading the way in delivering fast and convenient urgent care services for many years, and now our innovative approach is needed more than ever. That’s why we’re offering Virtual Visits with our medical professionals at all 23 of our urgent care locations in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts—areas where healthcare workers in many clinical settings are dealing with long lines of patients waiting for a doctor consultation. If you’re worried that you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms that should be evaluated by a doctor, but you’re not sure and you’d like to avoid spending hours in a crowded waiting room to find out, our Telehealth services may be the ideal solution.

How Do Virtual Visits Work?

Telemedicine services are among the fastest-growing ways for medical professionals to deliver high-quality healthcare. Initially developed largely for the convenience of patients, this technology has become especially valuable in a time when patients are concerned about exposure to COVID-19. During a Virtual Visit at one of our PhysicianOne Urgent Care clinics, a member of our highly trained and experienced team will consult with you via videoconference. Just as you would during an in-office visit, you’ll discuss your health concerns and symptoms with the practitioner, but you’ll do so from the comfort of your home using your smartphone or another smart device. In many cases, you may be able to receive answers and a treatment plan without having to visit one of our urgent care clinics in person. And, even if we advise you to come in for testing and follow-up care, you’ll have saved time by meeting virtually with a knowledgeable professional who can expertly evaluate your symptoms. You can learn more about our Telehealth services and book your Virtual Visit by clicking here.

The Virtual Visit program at PhysicianOne Urgent Care is just one of the ways that urgent care clinics continue to offer a valuable alternative to the long wait times and often expensive care provided at hospital emergency rooms. Many of the insurance plans we accept cover Virtual Visits. If you don’t have insurance, the cost of a Virtual Visit is only $50. Contact us today for more information, or use our convenient online check-in service.

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