What is telehealth?
Telehealth allows you to connect with your health care provider without
coming to a clinic. There are two types of visits:
- Telephone appointment
- Video appointment using your Android or Apple smartphone
Practicing social distancing to reduce the spread of COVID-19 is a high
priority. It is important to continue serving our patients while reducing
their risk for exposure to the virus. During this time, we are offering
telehealth because the government has provided waivers to hospitals and
health systems for the service.
Make an appointment
Call the clinic you wish to visit and request an appointment for a telehealth
visit with a provider.
Download the app for video appointments
Before your appointment, download
Great River UC. There are three ways to do this:
Android QR Code:
Great River UC:
Apple QR Code:
Attend a telehealth video appointment
- Telephone – You will receive a telephone call to begin your visit.
- Video – Log in to Great River UC a few minutes before your appointment time.
Clinics offering telehealth visits
- Family Medicine
- Family Medicine, Mercy
- Hematology & Oncology
- Medicine Specialists
- Mental Health
- Orthopaedic Specialists
- Radiation Oncology
- Women’s Health
- Wound & Hyperbaric
Policies and consent forms for telehealth patients
Telemedicine consent form,
Universal consent to treat form,
Notice of Privacy Practices