Make a TELEHEALTH appointment today!
GHS TELEHEALTH visits are available now for adults and children at both of our primary care locations.
What is TELEHEALTH?
Providers at Granville Primary Care, Butner-Creedmoor and Granville Primary Care & OB/GYN are offering telephone visits for non-emergent conditions, allowing patients to receive care from the comfort of their home.
Who can use a TELEHEALTH visit?
Any of our patients are encouraged to utilize TELEHEALTH.
What conditions can be assessed and managed with a TELEHEALTH visit?
Although some appointments may require a physical examination in order for the provider to meet the standard of care and make fully informed decisions, many visits can be managed well through a telephone interaction. These may include certain visits for:
- Quitting smoking
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Cold symptoms
- Congestive heart failure
- COPD/chronic bronchitis
- Seasonal allergies
- Upper respiratory symptoms
- Review of labs/studies
- Medication Review
- Pediatric ADD
- COVID questions and concerns
- Menopausal Symptoms
- Birth Control
- Follow-up care
- And much more
How does a TELEHEALTH visit work?
Scheduling a TELEHEALTH visit is easy. Simply call the clinic and we can give you an appointment slot. Provide us with a preferred phone number and your provider will call you.
If your condition cannot be treated through TELEHEALTH, your clinician may recommend that you seek in-person care with a primary care provider, or a walk-in service such as ExpressCare.
Can I receive prescriptions with a TELEHEALTH visit?
If your provider prescribes a medication, we’ll send your prescription to the pharmacy of your choice electronically.
How much does a TELEHEALTH visit cost?
No payment is expected at the time of the call. Most insurance companies will cover the visit at 100%, but you may receive a bill later. Check individual plan coverage or ask when making an appointment.