Telehealth, or “virtual visit”, is a consultation with our specialized Pediatric Nurse Practitioner via video or phone conferencing. This option is convenient and allows your child to be seen without physically going into an office.
$65/visit, no hidden costs or fees.
Not currently. You may be able to provide your insurance with a receipt for possible reimbursement.
We can provide care to children who are physically located in the state of Colorado.
With Pediatric Telehealth of Colorado, you are able to see a specialized pediatric provider virtually and receive a medical diagnosis, medical advice, and treatment if appropriate. All the things you would expect from an in-office visit without the hassle of leaving home, traveling to and from the office, wait times, and the dreaded exposure or other illnesses while you are there.
We can see children from newborn to 18 years old
Yes! If medically recommended, we can send all prescriptions electronically to your preferred pharmacy. However, you will be financially responsible for those costs. If you have health insurance, the pharmacy can bill your insurance.
Yes! If medically recommended, we can send orders for appropriate labwork electronically to your preferred lab. However, you will be financially responsible for those costs. If you have health insurance, the lab can bill your insurance.
We ask for insurance so if we are ordering labs and imaging or medications we can provide orders your insurance will cover for your convenience.
No, there is no requirement for a subscription. You are able to contact us when you need us and pay for your visit, it’s that easy!
We do also offer monthly memberships with unlimited visits if that is something that would better address your healthcare needs.
For a smooth video or phone visit: please bring a government-issued photo ID, have a strong Wi-Fi connection, find a quiet, private place with good lighting, make a list of questions you have for us, join the call 10 minutes early. Download Zoom on device prior to visit
Telehealth appointments are NOT meant for emergencies. For emergencies, go to the ER or call 911.
Please do not schedule a telehelath visit for any of the following symptoms: Blue lips, choking, shortness of breath, wheezing, difficulty speaking, dehydrated (not peeing at least 3 times in 24 hours), vomiting/diarrhea with blood, head injury, eye injury, ingestion of substance or foreign body, loss of consciousness, extreme lethargy or drowsiness, seizures, severe abdominal pain, routine care/check up, prescription or refill of narcotics.
In Colorado, Nurse Practitioners have full practice authority and do not require the oversight of a physician. Nurse Practitioners can provide the same medical care as a physician at the same or lower cost to you!
Yes, you should still see your primary provider for wellness visit/checkups, school/sports physicals, chronic condition management, vaccinations, and ADHD management/follow-up.
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