Life is busy, and sometimes, it’s difficult to find the time for an appointment at the office. The team at SWFL Dermatology Plastic Surgery & Laser Center in Naples, Florida, offers a solution to your scheduling conflicts with virtual office visits for existing patients. Using the Telehealth® app, you can communicate with your provider at your convenience. Schedule a virtual office visit online or call the office today.
A virtual office visit allows you to have an appointment with your provider at SWFL Dermatology Plastic Surgery & Laser Center. A virtual office visit lets you receive a medical diagnosis or check in with your doctor in the comfort of your own home or office.
The virtual office visit enables you to:
The virtual office visit process is simple. You fill out the requested information and submit photos if indicated. Your provider and the team at SWFL Dermatology Plastic Surgery & Laser Center will then review your request and respond with a diagnosis and treatment plan.
There are times when rearranging your schedule for an in-person office appointment is impossible. Sometimes, skin concerns arise while on vacation or on a business trip. At these times, the virtual office visit is most convenient.
A virtual office visit can save you time and money. There is no need to schedule time off from work or secure childcare during a virtual office visit because it can be completed anywhere at any time. Most virtual office visits are yet to be covered by your health insurance.
If you require urgent assistance, a virtual office visit may not be the best way to seek treatment. Please call the office to explain your needs and to schedule a same-day appointment.
To request a virtual office visit, log on to the Telehealth app and complete the requested items. You are asked to answer a few questions about your concerns and symptoms. You also have the option to upload photos to support your case.
Once your case is received, your provider reviews your information and responds with a diagnosis and treatment plan, which may include prescriptions.
After you receive an initial response from your provider, you have the choice to chat electronically. You can talk about any questions or concerns you have relating to your diagnosis and treatment plan.
If you would like to learn more about virtual office visits and the Telehealth app, call the office or schedule a consultation online today.