Dignity Health | St. Rose Dominican | Reach | Winter 2020
StRoseHospitals.org 3 Telemedicine was making inroads before COVID-19 as a handy way for people to visit with a medical provider. But with the arrival of the pandemic and social distancing in southern Nevada, the virtual office visit is gaining even more fans. Telemedicine uses your computer, phone, or other device for a medical visit with your provider rather than having you go to the office. And the medical providers at Dignity Health Medical Group Nevada are now offering virtual visits to established patients. Whether you have COVID-19 symptoms or not, the care team at Dignity Health Medical Group Nevada wants to make sure you get the care you need from the safety of your home. Family medicine, internal medicine, and medical specialists are available. What to expect from a virtual visit A virtual visit is much like an office visit. You’ll have an appointed time to check in, using a computer or mobile device. When your provider is ready to see you, you’ll be connected through a video link. The provider will have your chart in front of them. Sources: AARP; American Academy of Family Physicians If you have a serious illness or injury, make sure you get care right away. Our emergency rooms at Rose de Lima, San Martín, and Siena are here for you anytime, day or night, with board-certified emergency physicians and minimal wait times. With advanced treatments, and direct access to specialists, you’ll find the care you need when it matters most. Emergencies shouldn’t wait Safety first. Healing always. Rest assured, we’ve taken every precaution for your health and peace of mind: Increasing telehealth services Screening prior to entry Providing masks Limiting the number of visitors Testing in advance of procedures Enhanced cleaning Separating COVID-19 patients in treatment areas Online check-in. Schedule an estimated arrival time at our emergency rooms at StRoseHospitals.org/ER . Changing the way we get care Bringing the doctor to you. To schedule an appointment, call 702.970.4979 or for more information, please visit dhmg.org/nevada/virtualvisits .