Our New Telemedicine Solution

Enjoy virtual care with North Atlanta Ob/Gyn. In an effort to facilitate a safer environment for our patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now offering telemedicine appointments. From the comfort of home, a virtual telemedicine appointment helps you meet with your trusted provider.

Telemedicine makes it easy and convenient for you to stay healthy and engaged in your health care. We’ve found that patients love the convenience, flexibility, and real-time care with our providers via virtual appointments.

HOW DOES TELEMEDICINE WORK?

A safe and simple way to get the care you need. Telemedicine can be delivered using video-conferencing or audio communication using mobile phones, tablets, and desktop computers.

Your virtual appointment is like an in-person visit.

We handle the appointment in a way that will make you feel the most comfortable.

WHAT CAN BE TREATED VIRTUALLY?

Telehealth has been shown to overcome the common barriers to health services caused by access to transportation, fragmentation of care due to gaps in time between appointments, and lack of available providers. What’s more, virtual appointments can help you practice social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Today, you can begin setting up your virtual appointment.

Telemedicine is convenient and made to enjoy in comfort. It’s simple to get started, and we’re very excited to get our established patients onboard. Call our office at (404) 255-0621

to schedule your virtual appointment.

We will review your insurance and confirm that you’re an established patient. Once you have a scheduled appointment—we will contact you on the day to initiate the virtual session. You will need a mobile phone, tablet, or computer to conduct your appointment. 

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF TELEMEDICINE?

First, patients seen virtually can benefit from more frequent assessments by our providers as barriers such as distance and transportation are not a problem.

Second, removing the physical presence of patients can facilitate a safer environment for you and our frontline staff during the pandemic. Likewise, patients who have respiratory symptoms can help mitigate the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus by avoiding emergency health departments or busy family practice offices.

Third, the quality of care you receive is not compromised by a virtual visit. Our patients who are seen by licensed physicians via virtual appointments have the benefit of a dedicated and uninterrupted session. A thorough history and evaluation can be conducted while high-definition video and audio ensure that communication between our physicians and patients is not compromised. Throughout the virtual appointment, the patient-physician relationship is well-respected.

Finally, our patients who have been quarantined at home because of COVID-19 can retain high-quality access to care via virtual visits.

GET REAL-TIME QUALITY CARE FROM NORTH ATLANTA OB/GYN

We believe a strong patient-doctor relationship is the foundation for high-quality patient care and reducing health care costs. Telemedicine can support, not replace, traditional care delivery.

With telemedicine, our care providers can continue to care for a patient’s in-person care needs while providing the flexibility and convenience of virtual appointments for follow up visits, check-ups, and education when appropriate or necessary.

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