We are excited to announce that IMC Health will now offer Telehealth, a virtual platform that gives you access to a private secure video appointment. Now, in many instances, you can see your doctor or medical team members from the comfort, convenience and safety of your own home. All you need is an email address, a smart cell phone, tablet or computer and an Internet connection. For all your healthcare needs and concerns - we have doctors ready to serve you. Schedule your telehealth appointment TODAY!
Register in Advance
Click here to register on the telehealth website so you will be ready for your appointment.
To schedule your Telehealth appointment, call us at (786) 254-0544.
What to Expect
After you’ve scheduled your Telehealth appointment, check your email for a confirmation. If you don’t see it in your inbox, check your Spam or Junk folder. Still don’t see it? Call us back at (786) 254-0544 to have us re-send your invite. Then take a look at this handy checklist to make sure you’re ready for your appointment.
Before Your First Appointment
If this is your first Telehealth appointment at IMC, complete a test run to make sure you won’t have any problems connecting when the time comes.
Arriving for Your Appointment (Virtually, of course)
About an hour before your appointment we’ll send you a reminder with an invite link. We ask that you click on that link and check in 5-10 minutes before your appointment. Then, just accept the Terms & Conditions and you’ll be ready to start as soon as your doctor or other medical staff arrives. If you’re using your phone or tablet, make sure it’s charged at least 50%. We’ll see you soon.
We take your privacy seriously, so our Telehealth platform is protected. But there are some things you can do at home to help ensure your privacy for all your online interactions.
Questions about telehealth? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Be prepared for your next Telemedicine visit by recording your blood pressure:
- Keep a log with the date, time, and blood pressure readings so that you may discuss with your doctor.
- Take your blood pressure the morning before your Telemedicine appointment with your primary care provider. Your primary care provider will ask you about your blood pressure reading.
For a complete guide and instructions on how to take an adequate blood pressure reading, click here.