Telehealth Visits

Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine in Colorado offers telehealth visits for acute illness. These visits are available 7 days a week.

We accept most major insurances including Medicaid and Medicare for telehealth visits and we offer reduced pricing for self-pay patients. We treat patients of all ages.

What is a Telehealth Visit?

You’ll meet with the provider on your phone, tablet, or computer. You’ll be sent an email or text message with a link to fill out any necessary paperwork prior to your visit and a link to meet with the provider virtually.

When scheduling your visit, a page with all of our clinics listed will load. Choose any clinic and click on “Schedule In-Clinic or Telehealth Visit.” Please select “Telehealth” as the reason for visit. Even though a location is chosen, this is still a telehealth visit. You will see the provider virtually.

Telehealth Visits Available from Home or While Traveling

There are several acute illnesses that can be assessed and treated by a provider virtually. Some of the illnesses that can be treated virtually include:

  • Cough
  • Cold & Flu
  • Fever
  • Strep
  • Nausea/Vomiting
  • Rash
  • Sinus & Respiratory Infections
  • Suspected Cases of COVID-19
  • and more!

A telehealth visit is only required for COVID testing if a doctor’s note is needed in addition to test results.

If you are traveling and feel unwell, consider a telehealth visit with Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine. This service is available to you while traveling out of state if you have been seen at one of our clinics before.

What to Expect From a Telehealth Visit

Once connected with the provider, your symptoms will be assessed. Any necessary prescriptions will be sent to a pharmacy of your choice.

capsule prescriptions deliveredYou now have the option to get prescriptions delivered right to your door with Capsule. There is no delivery fee and they do not accept gratuity! Just pay for the prescription. Please click here to visit Capsule’s website to check deliverability to your area.

If you are experiencing symptoms too extensive to be treated virtually, you may be asked to be seen in the clinic. Our clinics are located across Colorado’s Denver metro area.

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