Telehealth Visits Now Available

Call your Clinical Associates Healthcare Provider to Schedule

HOW TO SCHEDULE YOUR TELEHEALTH VISIT

Mostly all of our providers at Clinical Associates are scheduling TELEHEALTH VISITS. You would schedule a visit by simply searching or selecting a Healthcare Provider on our website and select the Book an Appointment button or call the office of our Clinical Associates Healthcare Provider.  If you are an established patient and have a patient portal you can email your Clinical Associates' Healthcare provider using the PATIENT PORTAL.  

Please see below for what you will need in order to have a telehealth visit with your Healthcare Provider. Each Provider will have a preference on the best video application to use, so please call your Healthcare Provider's office prior to downloading any applications. 

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

Cellular Telephone:

  • An I-Phone that includes Facetime which is a video application already included within the I-phone or you may download and use any other free applications as listed below for an Android 
  • An Android cellular phone with or having the ability to download free video applications such as ZoomSkypeFacebook Video Messenger or Google Duo - (Click each for directions on how to download) Android cell phones are not compatible with the FaceTime video application. 

Computer PC, laptop or I-Pad with:

  • Audio either built into the computer of speakers attached to the computer
  • Visual either built into the computer or a visual device hooked into your computer


View - Message from Gary A. Manko, MD, FACP, President of Clinical Associates


Covid-19 (Novel 2019 Coronavirus) Health Alert

If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms including fever, cough or shortness of breath and are seeking medical attention, please call your Clinical Associates Primary Care Providers office before coming into our office.

Please call your PCP's office and a medical professional will triage your symptoms over the phone to determine the appropriate course of action to be taken to treat you and keep those around you safe.

Click here for the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).