About Link to Care
Frequently Asked Questions
Telehealth, also referred to as telemedicine, is the provision of health-related services and information primarily on the computer, tablet, or smart phone. It allows clinician and patient contact, care, advice, reminders, education, intervention, monitoring and remote admission.
Yes. All appointments need to be scheduled. No referral is required. Please note, masks and social distancing are required for all in person visits.
A current and valid photo ID such as a driver’s license will be required for the registration process.
The HIPAA protects patients from disclosure of confidential clinical information. However, a summary of your visit will be emailed to you for your records.
Patients seeking urgent or same day care can check in online and reserve their spot. Click on this link to schedule now.
This is a promise to prescribe antibiotics ONLY when it is necessary in the treatment of your injury or illness. If an antibiotic is not needed, we will explain this to you and will offer you a treatment plan that will help.
NO. We do not prescribe Narcotics as there are several non-narcotic based treatments available. Chronic pain management MUST be handled by a patient’s primary care provider or specialist.
Yes, we offer the following physicals: Pre-employment or sports, school, camp and collegiate physicals and DOT exams.
Yes, patients who are experiencing non-life threatening COVID 19 symptoms can be seen virtually and then scheduled for a PCR testing. The PCR testing will incur an additional charge to the base fee.