We see you by phone or telemedicine during the pandemic. Most of our providers are also available in the office.

To change to a telemed visit, contact us ([email protected] or call/text 336-722-7266) and we’ll get you set for a telemedicine or phone appointment.

Telemedicine is an easy two-step process outlined here.

Insurers cover telemedicine, and many are covering phone visits during this outbreak. If there is any problem with your insurer, we will make sure you are not responsible for any costs beyond your usual office visit.

When to Stay Home

Definitely stay home if they have any of these:

1.  Fever (100.4° F or greater using an oral thermometer) in the past 24 hours.

2.  New cough, shortness of breath, or flu-like symptoms in the past 24 hours.

3.  If you were advised to quarantine or stay home by your physician, are awaiting results of coronavirus testing, or tested positive for coronavirus.

Safety in the Office

We have spaced out the chairs in our waiting room and do not allow employees with the symptoms above in the office. We have plenty of hand wash.

Learn more about how to prevent the coronavirus from Harvard Health and fact-check popular myths about this illness from the World Health Organization.