While many aspects of an appointment with a dermatologist are hands-on, telemedicine can be a great option when treating or diagnosing various skin conditions. You can privately consult an online dermatologist who understands how to care for all things related to your skin. Our board certified dermatologists can diagnose and treat hundreds of skin, hair or nail related conditions including: Acne, Alopecia, Bruising, Cold Sores, Eczema, Moles, Psoriasis, Rashes, Rosacea, Warts and much more. Dermatology is one of the most popular specialties that is an ideal candidate for asynchronous consultations.
Your skin is the window to your body that reveals the overall well being of your health . It is the largest organ in our body and plays a key role in keeping you healthy. From acne breakouts during your teenage years to the radiant glow of pregnancy and the sunspots of aging.Your skin is a barrier between you and various health threats. Skin has many functions, making it the ultimate multitasker of the human body. Dry skin is the most common cause of itching, however it can reflect internal problems such as cirrhosis of the liver or hepatitis C if it goes undetected in some cases. Dehydrated skin will look dull, old, and less elastic than skin that gets enough hydration. If your liver is not working well, toxins that are slowly being released through the skin can build up and cause skin problems.
TeleMed2U is a multispecialty telemedicine provider, proudly serving patients directly, enabling patients to visit doctors face to face over video, through our online platform. Our network of board-certified physicians is span across more than 20 different medical specialties.
From behavioral health to endocrinology, our online doctors can help you with a variety of medical conditions spanning over 20 specialties.
Our doctors can provide specialist care for chronic health conditions (like diabetes management by an endocrinologist) or second opinions (for example an epilepsy disorder evaluation by a neurologist).
Outside of acute and emergent issues, such as those requiring someone to go to an emergency Department or to call 911, telemedicine can help evaluate your clinical condition.
TeleMed2U accepts most insurances. Pricing varies based on your insurance plan. When paying out of pocket, pricing is always provided before a visit and you’ll never get a surprise bill from us or your insurance provider.
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Yes, we accept Medicare. Exclusions may apply for certain specialties.
Most patients do not need a referral to see a specialist at TeleMed2U. If your insurance company requires a referral, our staff will work with you to obtain the required referral.
If you have questions regarding scheduling your appointment, please call (916) 740-3721 or [(855) 446-TM2U (8628)
Please call us at (916) 740-3721 or (855) 446-TM2U (8628) should you need to make a change to your appointment.
Consults can be done on mobile devices with the correct software video and audio capabilities. One of our scheduling team members can assist you with questions specific to your device.
Appointment duration will vary based on the medical specialty and if this is your first or a follow up appointment.
Next steps after a visit with one of our doctors is no different than when you see a doctor in person. The usual next steps are to schedule a follow-up appointment, get any tests or labs that your doctor may have ordered. Our staff can help you schedule your next appointment.
TeleMed2U doctors can prescribe medications like any other doctor you visit.
When it comes to prescriptions, our doctors evaluate the medical need before prescribing.
The prescriptions are sent electronically to the pharmacy of your choice.
We currently do not prescribe certain controlled substances like narcotics or benzodiazepines.
TeleMed2U providers can refill medications when appropriate.
All orders are sent electronically to the location that aligns with the patient benefits.
Yes, TeleMed2U’s platform is private and secure meeting HIPAA AND HITECH regulations
All interactions between you and your doctor are encrypted so they remain strictly confidential.