Telehealth and Telemedicine are some of the most modern, 21st Century ways to receive health care – without visiting a doctor’s office or clinic. Especially in today’s world, being able to consult with a healthcare provider remotely, via an electronic device, can be a time-saver and a great help.
Another modern convenience, which is really a throwback to the old days, is doctors that make home visits or house calls, and concierge medicine.
Busy parents often make use of telehealth screenings because it’s just so much more convenient – and expedient – than schlepping across town with a cranky toddler, when maybe all they need is something that can be delivered via a zoom call, saving everyone time and getting everyone better sooner.
These services are also “on-demand,” meaning you may be able to take advantage of them after normal office hours, which is when these things so often come up.
This article from the Mayo Clinic delves more into the benefits of Telehealth and Telemedicine.
Some of these services use an app, some use a website, and some offer even more than what is essentially a Zoom call with a physician. Some allow you to schedule a home visit with a physician, some accept health insurance plans, and some don’t.
Prices vary widely among these services, so you’ll have to check with each one to see the different costs for services.
Related: Heal Health Network for Families
Telehealth and On-Demand Healthcare Services for Los Angeles Families
Cedars-Sinai offers telehealth and video visits as part of their spectrum of care, via their doctors, urgent care clinics and hospital.
Concierge MD LA is an in-home concierge practice providing on-demand medical services for urgent care and preventative health needs, providing medical house calls, telemedicine consultations, IV vitamin drips, anti-aging treatments, lab tests, cosmetic treatments and in-home COVID-19 tests.
Exer Urgent Care offers video consultations with health care providers via phone, tablet, or computer.
Heal offers both telemedicine visits via video and in-person house calls with doctors.
Dr. Farzam offers concierge, on-demand house calls.
Instant Urgent Care provides telemedicine as an option to patients in the Los Angeles area.
Dr. Toll offers telehealth via virtual visits.
Keck Medicine of USC offers both in-person and telehealth appointments.
Kinder Pediatrics offers a membership-based concierge practice, with digital visits, making the doctors accessible to you and your kids wherever you are.
LA Care Health Plan offers telemedicine via Teledoc, a network of Board-Certified physicians.
Live Health Online offers a fee-based telehealth system to connect with medical professionals.
MLKCH offers telehealth and virtual visits.
PlushCare offers virtual visits to their network of physicians.
Quick MD offers fee-based telehealth and virtual visits, “no insurance needed.”
Quick Stop Urgent Care bills themselves as “medicine at your fingertips.”
Relieve MD offers the chance to consult with a medical professional from your home.
UCLA Health offers telemedicine visits as a way to make their services more accessible to all.
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