In Good Health PC


Telemedicine Clinic in Las Vegas NV

Get quality care from the comfort of your home. At In Good Health PC, our experienced medical professionals provide the care you are looking for. Please call us today for more information or schedule an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 2365 Reynolds Avenue, North Las Vegas NV 89030.

Please note we only serve telemedicine in Nevada, Georgia, Florida, and Arizona for the full health scope, other states are currently limited to respiratory complaints not limited to COVID-19. (but will be available in the future).

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Table of Contents:

What is telemedicine?
How does telemedicine work?
What do I need for a telemedicine appointment?
What can be treated through telemedicine?

A telemedicine clinic, also called a telemedicine center, is a clinic where some or all of the services are delivered via telecommunications technology. Telemedicine clinics first gained popularity in rural or underserved areas, but now they can be found anywhere, with many medical facilities integrating telemedicine into their practice. Although some of these clinics serve as adjuncts to healthcare facilities, other telemedicine clinics operate independently and provide a wide range of services, such as urgent care, chronic disease management, and behavioral health services.

What is telemedicine?

Telemedicine refers to the use of telecommunications technology, such as audio and video conferencing, to provide health care to people who cannot be seen in person. It is a type of healthcare delivery that uses modern technology to enable physicians to provide medical services to people who otherwise would not be able to access medical care. The most common examples of telemedicine include the use of video conferencing, telephone calls, and the internet to provide medical care. Telemedicine has many uses, including the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, the monitoring of the health of infants, children, the elderly, and the delivery of health care services to people who are geographically remote.

In recent years, telemedicine has expanded beyond connecting rural communities to specialists in city centers and is offered at thousands of clinics across the United States, providing patients with the many conveniences of telemedicine. The most prominent cause for its recent surge in popularity is due to the social restrictions enforced by health authorities; instead of closing their doors, countless clinics opted to offer telemedicine, which is now a household term.

How does telemedicine work?

Telemedicine is the use of technology to provide healthcare without face-to-face contact. Telemedicine services can be delivered over the phone, through text messages, or using video conferencing. One of the most common uses of telemedicine is the delivery of long-distance medical services, such as diagnostics and health screenings, to patients in rural areas. Telemedicine is often used to connect patients in rural or isolated areas with medical specialists when they would not have access to healthcare otherwise.

There are a number of prerequisites patients must meet before they can use telemedicine. First, patients must have access to a smartphone, tablet or computer (desktop or laptop); to participate in video conferencing, there must be a front-facing camera on a smartphone or tablet (or laptop), or a webcam for a desktop. Second, the patient must have a secure internet connection—secure meaning private, so a shared network will not work, such as at a coffee shop or library. Lastly, the patient must be in a private location with no interruptions or people who could overhear the conversation. This rules out any public location, even if there is a secure internet connection; ideally patients should attend their telemedicine appointments in the privacy of their own home, but if that is not available, they should find a quiet room in which they can have a private meeting with their doctor.

What do I need for a telemedicine appointment?

For a telemedicine appointment, patients need to:
• Choose a private place
• Have access to the right technology
• Have access to a secure internet connection
• Prepare their medical history
• Get their documents ready, such as:
• List of prescriptions, medications, and supplements
• Pharmacy phone number and address
• Primary doctor’s name and contact info
• Insurance or credit card information
• Write down questions to ask, such as:
• What is the diagnosis?
• Will I need any medical tests?
• What can I do to get better?
• Do I need a prescription?
• What do I do if symptoms continue?
• Can I access information from today’s appointment?
• Write down their treatment plan
• Discuss follow-up care

What can be treated through telemedicine?

There are a number of different conditions, symptoms, and disorders that can be treated through telemedicine; the most common include:

• Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health Concerns
• Back Pain
• Conjunctivitis
• Diabetes
• Earache
• Heartburn, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
• Influenza, Common Cold, Other Infectious Diseases
• Migraine
• Minor Cuts, Burns, Other Skin Conditions
• Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea
• Sinusitis
• Sports Injuries: Sprains, Strains, Swelling
• Urinary Tract Infection
If you want to receive quality healthcare services from the comfort of your home, call In Good Health today! Our clinic specializes in telemedicine and can help you receive you need, when you need it, wherever you need it. We look forward to serving you! We serve patients from Las Vegas NV, Nellis AFB NV, Spring Valley NV, Winchester NV, Sunrise Manor NV, Paradise NV, and surrounding areas!

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