At Hamilton Vascular, Carlos Hamilton, III, MD, and the team of vascular experts strive to give you the best care possible. To make it more convenient for you to access that care, they offer telehealth appointments. With this option, you can virtually connect with providers at their Webster, Sugar Land, Round Rock, Katy, and San Antonio, Texas, offices from the comfort of your own home or office. To learn more about telehealth, call any Hamilton Vascular location or schedule your virtual appointment online today.
The Hamilton Vascular team conducts telehealth appointments via video call. To start your telehealth appointment, all you need is an internet-connected device (e.g., computer, phone, tablet) with a camera. Then, you and your provider connect on the video call.
This allows you to explain, in detail, any symptoms you’ve been experiencing and, when relevant, to show your provider things via the video interface.
Telehealth appointments are ideal in a variety of situations. First, they can help you get easier access to care when you have a busy schedule. With telehealth, you don’t have to worry about driving to a specific location or sitting in a waiting room. Instead, you just need to be in front of your internet-connected device at the start time for your video call with your provider. As soon as your telehealth appointment is over, you can immediately resume your day.
Telehealth is also helpful when you don’t feel well enough to travel. With this convenient care, you can connect with your Hamilton Vascular provider from any location that’s comfortable for you.
Some appointments will require you to see your Hamilton Vascular provider in person. That said, the team works to perform as many appointments as possible via telehealth when their patients prefer this form of care. In most cases, telehealth works best for consultations and follow-up appointments.
A telehealth consultation gives you a convenient way to learn more about the services available at Hamilton Vascular. With this type of consultation, you get the opportunity to talk with a vascular health specialist about any symptoms you’re experiencing and your overall health goals. Then, your provider can discuss treatment options with you.
After your consultation, you’ll likely need to come into a Hamilton Vascular location for in-person treatment. Your provider works with you to ensure your visit or visits to the office are comfortable and convenient.
After you get in-person care at Hamilton Vascular, you and your provider can connect via telehealth to ensure your treatment is progressing as planned. These follow-up appointments give you an opportunity to get questions answered and to get any other support you need for your treatment without having to drive to a specific location.
To learn more about how telehealth can work for you, call Hamilton Vascular or make your appointment online today.