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Storm Recovery Information

Military service member shaking hand of Lee Health nurse

Updated: 2:30pm, Monday, Oct. 17, 2022

We are pleased to announce that thanks to a generous gift from the TD Charitable Foundation in support of Hurricane Ian relief, Lee Health is able to extend free telehealth services to our community from October 15th to November 15th.

Lee TeleHealth is an on-demand urgent care service that connects patients directly with a physician or advanced provider. It’s available 24/7 and allows patients to be seen by medical professionals at home, work or from anywhere with a secure internet connection. All you need to use Lee TeleHealth is a smartphone, tablet or a computer with a webcam.

Lee TeleHealth can be accessed in the following convenient ways:

  • From the Lee Health Mobile App
  • Downloading the “Lee TeleHealth” app on your smartphone or tablet
  • Visiting from a computer

Post-Storm Safety Resources

Looking to help?

We so appreciate all the calls we have been receiving offering assistance. 

If you are interested in helping, please visit: The state operates this website and Lee County has access to help recruit and deploy volunteers as needed.

As a public not-for-profit health system that has been serving our community for more than 100 years, and as the largest employer in Lee County with more than 15,000 employees, many people from across the nation have asked how they can support us. If you’d like to make a financial contribution, please do so at

We will come out of this stronger, and we appreciate everyone who is offering to help. We are #LeeHealthStrong.

Social Media

We are working to update the community through our website,, as well as our social media channels:

Employee Communications

Hurricane employee communications are now provided on VirtuaLee. Updates will be posted to the Announcements section of VirtuaLee and on the Hurricane Page. Login to using your network credentials.