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

Lee TeleHealth, Now Free of Charge

For a limited time we are offering our TeleHealth services free of charge as a resource to our community.

See a Doctor Now From Your Computer

The community is Lee Health's first concern, and we want people to seek medical care as quickly and cost effectively as possible. Lee TeleHealth is an on-demand medical service from the comfort of your own home. You can use your mobile device to talk to a doctor today.

Telemedicine: A Phone Call Away

Thanks to Lee Health Telemedicine technology, patient care is just a phone call away.

Stay in the comfort of your own home and dial up a visit with one of our Home Health nurses. Simply use your phone or computer monitor to chat with your care provider. You'll also be able to measure your health data, such as heart rate, blood pressure, weight, and glucose levels.

Who wants to leave the house and sit in a waiting room when you have a cold or the flu? Lee Health's Telemedicine services take the hassle out of visiting an urgent care, too. Pay a flat fee to talk to a physician in minutes. Easy access, convenience, and quality care — all on your own terms.

Whether it’s an injury or a persistent symptom—a new app is making it easier to get the medical attention you need. “Certainly, if it’s something we can save people leaving time from work, that’s great. If it’s a mom whose got kids at home and she doesn’t want to leave sick kids, she can use it that way,” said Dr. Karen Calkins, a convenient care physician with Lee Health. Using your phone, computer, or iPad, Lee Telehealth connects patients virtually with a health expert of their choice. “It reaches the people in rural or farther away areas, so they don’t have to get in their car and drive an hour, wait at a clinic, they can just do it at the comfort of their home,” she said. Things like headaches, stomach aches, allergies, sore throat, flu-like symptoms, even injuries can all be diagnosed through Lee Telehealth. “You can definitely talk to the patient, you can see the patient, get clues from how they look, how they’re breathing, their cough, you can hear how they sound, and you can diagnose,” said Dr. Calkins. Doctors can also e-prescribe medication if necessary—but for things like stitches, x-rays, or more serious medical conditions, patients will need to be seen in person. “I think it’s a good option in certain circumstances,” she said. An option to help patients get quick medical help without having to go to a clinic.

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Lee Health provides expert care whenever and wherever you need it. Learn more about our unique TeleHealth service, perfect for urgent care treatment for a cold, flu, or other minor illnesses.

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