- See your Virtual Provider for almost the copay you pay at the Urgent Care!!
These virtual consultations are designed to replace more expensive visits to a doctor’s office or emergency room. On average, a telehealth visit costs about $79, compared with about $146 for an office visit
We take these people in the emergency department and offer them the a) convenient b) cheaper option when compared to the horrendous waits and costs at emergency rooms.
Asklepieon Virtual Health can treat a variety of minor illnesses, including:
- Athlete's Foot
- Back Pain
- Bladder Infection
- *Ear Pain
- *Eye Issues
- Insect Bites
- Pink Eye
- Scrapes and Bruises
- Sinus Symptoms
- Sore Throat
- Stomach Flu
- Urinary Tract Infection in Adult Women
- Yeast Infection
- and much more...
*May be treatable depending on severity
Where medical provider and patient meet virtually
With Asklepieon, you can see a provider for non-emergency care through a two-way video conversation on your smartphone, tablet or computer. All you need is the Asklepieon web access ( create your account ) or access our mobile app on iOS or Andriod.
Once you make your virtual appointment request, Your provider will evaluate and try to diagnose your condition, answer your questions and, if needed, send a prescription to your pharmacy.
Asklepieon is fast, convenient and helps keep you well on your schedule in the comfort of your home or office.
How it works
You have taken the first step by visiting this page. First, you will be required to register with us online and provide us with some information about your self. please see FAQs on how to register for registration instruction. Once you are done with your registration you can log in and complete your profile. Be sure to provide us with your insurance information. Many insurance cover telemedicine services as a benefit. You can also add your preferred pharmacy to your profile. Registration and Profile fillup is just for the 1st time visitor. After that, you can simply log in and make an appointment with one of our doctors.
***If at any point your symptoms worsen or you feel like you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 or proceed to the nearest emergency room.