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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Lee Health is starting to reschedule appointments, surgeries, and procedures that were delayed during the pandemic. You can be confident that we will provide the most exceptional care in the safest environment. Learn More

Telemedicine

Meet with your care provider from the comfort of your own home

Lee Health: Your Home for Online Care

Talk to a physician through our Lee TeleHealth service or MyChart to get the care you need from the safety of your own home.

Still Unsure?

Remember: You should use TeleHealth in place of an urgent care visit. You do not need an appointment, and you can log on anytime, day or night. You should use MyChart for a scheduled appointment in place of an in-person visit with your primary care doctor for general medical issues and discussion.

NOTE: Lee Health emergency rooms are safe, secure and still accepting patients. If you have a medical emergency—heart attack, stroke, severe injury or pain, or trouble breathing—please do not use MyChart or Lee TeleHealth. Call 911 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room.

MyChart: How to Schedule a Visit

Everyday health concerns, checkups, and illnesses don’t stop during difficult times. That’s why Lee Heath’s MyChart now offers virtual scheduled appointments with your Lee Physician Group physician so you can stay safe while getting the care you need. For more information, call 481-4111, and they will gladly walk you through the simple process.

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