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Book a video visit online in the Mid-Atlantic States

SEP 07, 2016
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Need attention right away for problems like muscle strains or minor burns? You can now book a video visit online to talk with a Kaiser Permanente doctor.

 

Why use video visits?

 

  • The doctor is connected to your Kaiser Permanente personal doctor.
  • The doctor can see your medical history and knows what your allergies are, what ongoing conditions you have, and more.
  • No need to sit in a waiting room. You can see a doctor from the comfort of your home — or just about anywhere.

 What you need for video visits

 

You must be a Kaiser Permanente member at least 18 years old with a camera-equipped computer or mobile device.  And you must be registered at kp.org to schedule online.

 

What you can see a doctor for

 

You can arrange a video visit for certain conditions, including:

 

  • Sprains and injuries
  • Cuts and wounds
  • Rash or infection
  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • Flu
  • Bug bites
  • Joint problems
  • Shingles
  • Eye problems

You can also schedule video visits with your Kaiser Permanente primary care doctor.

 

What your doctor can do during your visit

 

  • Order lab tests or X-rays
  • Prescribe medicine
  • Make follow-up appointments for you

To schedule a video visit, book online or use our mobile app.

 

Learn important details about video visits.

 

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