Each child being seen on telemedicine must have their own appointment created and paperwork completed. Please complete your paperwork as soon as possible so we can see you at your designated time. Your child MUST be present for the visit.
Available 7 Days A Week!
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Why Choose Telemedicine?
Never Leave Your HomeHave your child's urgent care needs seen to from the comfort of your home
AffordableTelemedicine visits are covered by most insurance plans with a $0 copay
See A Pediatric ProviderAll of our providers are pediatric specialists and can see children from 0-21 years old
AccessibleOur telemedicine service is available seven days a week! Get an appointment and be seen today.
What We Can Take Care Of On Telemedicine
Frequently Asked Questions
We charge $60 for a self-pay telemedicine visit. If your child needs to be evaluated in clinic by a provider, or if you are in need of a COVID-19 test, the visit fee is $175.
Our providers are able to prescribe and send medication through our telemedicine service. Our providers can prescribe medications such as allergy medication and topical ointments. We do not prescribe antibiotics over telemedicine, as we follow the American Academy of Pediatrics and CDC guidelines for appropriate antibiotic usage.
Yes! While we can do one video call for your children (all children need to be present), we need individual time slots for each child in order to send paperwork and collect demographic information for each child.
No! We can see children throughout the entire state of Texas.
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