Telemedicine is the practice of medicine using a telecommunications system to provide clinical services at a geographically separate site. At UrgentCare Oncall our services can be delivered in “real time” using interactive video conferencing, or through “store and forward” which relies on the transmission of images and data for review immediately or at a later time.
Once a call is received the patient goes through a brief triaging process. And if we have a provider in your state you will be contacted by the physician.
Please call 911.
Our goal is to have a call to consult time of within 30 minutes. However, for your convenience you can always call days in advance to schedule an appointment.
After introductions your doctor will get a focused history. You will be presented with various treatment options. Non-emergent care will be carried out in the comfort of your home, hotel room or work place. However, any emergency will result in the activation of a 911 call.
Yes. If medically necessary our doctors prescribe non-controlled substance via e-script which can be picked up at a pharmacy near you.
Yes. You can download a copy of your medical records for personal use or for your primary care physician.
UrgentCare Oncall functions as a fee for service medical practice. Payments are made at the time of service through Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express.
All our services are HIPAA-compliant and the exchange of medical information between patients and UrgentCare Oncall doctors during consultation is encryption-protected.
No. At UrgentCare Oncall we recognize the importance of having a Primary Care Physician, however the reality is that not every Primary Care Physician is able to see the patient when needed, especially in the comfort of their home, hotel room or work place.