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Telehealth, or video visits, offer the convenience of technology-driven care, combined with access to local clinics, hospitals, and providers when you need in-person care.

Call or text 805-948-6353 to schedule your appointment. Your visit can be completed by phone, mobile device, or computer.

Services Provided & Conditions Treated

  • Cardiology
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • Cold, sinus and flu
  • Ear, eye, nose, and mouth problems
  • Injuries and pain
  • Integrative medicine
  • Female health
  • Medication refills
  • Pediatrics
  • Primary care
  • Sexual health
  • Skin conditions
  • Stomach problems
  • Urology
  • Weight management

Prepare for Your Telehealth Video Visit

  1. Schedule an appointment
    Call your doctor’s office and select a time that works for you. Dress comfortably, find a quiet place to talk and be prepared when the call comes. Have a pen and paper ready to jot down useful advice.

  2. Prepare your technology before the appointment
    Many patients just use their smart phones with FaceTime ability. Others use a computer, laptop, or tablet. If you need assistance, ask a friend or family member to help you set up your technology and/or to download/install any programs or apps.

  3. Think about what you want to discuss
    Plan for your appointment by writing down what’s most important for you to discuss. Write a list of any symptoms you are having and what questions you want answered.

  4. Keep a written list of all the medicines you are taking
    Some people even place their medications in front of them to show the doctor during the visit. Don’t forget vitamins and supplements.
    Be an active participant.

  5. Know your numbers before you call

  • Bathroom scale to check your weight
  • Thermometer to check your temperature
  • Watch or wearable device (Fitbit or Apple Watch) to check your heart rate
  • Home blood pressure machine to check your blood pressure
  • Home glucose monitor to check your blood sugar, if needed
  • Home oxygen finger monitor to check your oxygen saturation, if needed
  1. Avoid interruptions and distractions
    Find a private place to talk and give your doctor your undivided attention. Turn off your TV and put in your hearing aids if you need to.

  2. Have your pharmacy’s phone number handy
    If you also have a preferred lab, X-ray provider or physical therapist, please let the healthcare team know.

  3. Have your insurance information available
    Call the office receptionist to verify that your personal data is up to date, including current address, telephone number, insurance information and emergency contact.

  4. Provide feedback
    Become an active part of your own healthcare team. Your feedback helps your doctor serve you better.