In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, Patient Plus Urgent Care has expanded its services to include telehealth.
If you’ve never scheduled a virtual visit or learned about telehealth, let us explain.
What is Telehealth?
Mayo Clinic states,
Telehealth is the use of digital information and communication technologies, such as computers and mobile devices, to access health care services remotely and manage your health care.
These virtual appointments can include web-based “visits” with doctors or nurse practitioners. With this new service, our health care professionals will be able to remotely assess your symptoms from the comfort of your own home.
Scheduling a Virtual Visit
Follow the steps below to schedule a virtual visit with Patient Plus:
- Go to our website, www.patientplusuc.com.
- Once on the homepage, click “Schedule a Virtual Visit.” That orange button will redirect you to a new web page.
- Fill out a simple questionnaire with your reason for visiting, preferred appointment time, personal information, and payment method.
- Click the pink box that reads, “Book Visit.”
- Your appointment is now scheduled, and we’ll see you online soon!
You can book a virtual visit with us on any mobile phone, computer, or tablet. Before booking, please check to make sure your device has video and microphone capabilities.
Patient Plus Urgent Care – Get in, Get better.
When you’re sick or injured, whether routine or urgent, quality medical care should be easy to find and available when you need it. That’s the idea behind Patient Plus Urgent Care, with convenient locations in Baton Rouge & Prairieville
Patient Plus treats most common illnesses and injuries — the sniffles, rashes, fevers, aches, breaks, and other conditions that deserve prompt treatment but aren’t serious enough to require a trip to the nearest emergency room. The clinics provide complete diagnostic services, including X-rays, EKGs, and flu and strep tests. Other services include physicals, vaccinations, and more. Patient Plus clinics are open every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and patients never need to call first or make an appointment.