Some insurances have allowed telehealth services (virtual visits) for specific issues. Not all plans have this option, and not all conditions allow us to provide excellent care remotely.
Examples of appropriate telehealth appointments:
- Mild cough, cold or congestion
- Allergy symptoms
- Dermatological concerns (such as acne or rash)
- Diarrhea or vomiting
- Pink eye
- Possible COVID-19
- Depression follow-up
- Anxiety follow-up
- ADHD follow-up
If you are interested in this kind of service, please call us at 316-283-7100.
Testing your device:
For telehealth, we need you to have a working front-face camera, microphone and audio, a well-lit area and a good connection. You can make a list of questions to ask prior to your appointment. We will test the service with you prior to meeting your pediatrician, but you can try it on this link: https://help.myupdox.com/help/videochat-devicetest . Please allow the use of the microphone and camera.
During the appointment both the consenting parent/guardian and the child need to be present (and in Kansas). The child needs to be an established patient.
We may ask you to come in the office if further evaluation is needed.