Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has undergone a transformation in how healthcare is delivered. We continue to change and improve the way we deliver care. At the heart of these changes is our commitment to provide healthcare that revolves around you.
Check-ups, vaccinations, and follow up visits have likely been delayed during COVID-19.
For our pediatric patients these appointments are particularly important to catch any health issues before they become worse.
For our adult patients who are due for a screening (e.g. mammogram, colonoscopy, ultrasound), lab test, imaging (xray, CT, MRI) or have cancelled a recent appointment you can book appointments now.
Patients should keep up with essential and preventative care to detect any underlying conditions or unmanaged chronic disease that can lead to more serious diseases later on.
Continue to check here for temporary office relocation and radiology hours. At most locations you can schedule appointments online, register for your visit in advance or simply click from the comfort of your home to see your provider.
Take a look at our new in-office experience. Sure it’s different but it’s safe, simple and convenient. The process may have changed, but our commitment to you has not waivered. See for yourself, here:
Many patients have taken advantage of our virtual visit option. We want you to know that we are simplifying your virtual visit experience. No app to download, no links to other providers and best of all, no technology confusion! During the coming weeks, we will transition to our new virtual visit solution and get you connected even FASTER to your own personal CareMount provider.
Stay tuned for more information on when to delete the 24/7 app and use the new link to begin your streamlined VIRTUAL VISIT.
Have you been thinking about your healthcare lately and wanting to know what resources CareMount has available? We have many health related topics to choose from and we continue to add new topics all the time. Pick one of our COVID-19 related quick-read blogs here or a non-COVID-19 blog here.