Giving You More Options to Access Your Health Care
Get the care you need from wherever you are.
At Sharp, we combine expert care with advanced technology to meet your every health care need. And we're proud to provide video and phone visits to help you get care when and where you need it.
We use video and phone visits across all levels of care — from every day appointments with your primary care physician to remote mental health assessments and pharmacy follow-up visits.
Video and phone visits.
As a Sharp patient, you may have the option of appointments with your doctor from the convenience of your smartphone, computer or tablet.
If you have a medical concern or need a follow-up appointment — and you'd like to save a trip to the doctor's office — a video or phone visit might be the ideal option. Plus, you'll be able to have your appointment from wherever is most convenient for you. We recommend discussing with your doctor whether this type of visit is right for you.
Talk to your care provider to see if phone or video visits are an option for your visit.
To learn more about video and phone visits for Sharp Rees-Stealy patients and Sharp Community Medical group (SCMG) patients, select the appropriate button below.
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