COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
Masks are still required in healthcare settings per CDC and state health department guidelines.
Video visits are an easy and convenient option that can help you check off important appointments from the comfort and safety of your own home.
Here are five fast facts about video visits at PeaceHealth:
Scheduling a video visit is as quick and easy as scheduling an in-person appointment. You have three options:
Follow-up visits with your doctor, minor illnesses, new medical issues that may require a diagnosis or referral, chronic disease management, and more, can usually be handled via video. You can use this handy PeaceHealth flow chart or ask your physician if you aren’t sure whether a video visit is right for you.
As long as the device has internet access, it can be used for a video visit! It’s always a good idea to do a technology check prior to the start of your visit just to make sure everything is working properly.
You’ll receive a message in My PeaceHealth after scheduling your appointment. It will include instructions on how to prepare for your visit, or you can review the instruction sheets on our website. Just as you would for an in-person visit, you'll want to start a little early. Log in a few minutes before your appointment to complete your e-checkin process.
If you’re responsible for the care of a loved one, or you just want to make sure they get what they need from their visit, you can either join from the same location or from your own device.
If you have additional questions, visit the PeaceHealth video visits page to explore a variety of resources that can help make your visit as quick and simple as possible.