Specialty Virtual Care - Women's Excellence
Video Visits with Our Providers

Our Specialty Virtual Care (SVC) program allows us to care for you through an online video visit with one of our providers from the comfort of your own home. This is especially convenient during the recent coronavirus outbreak we are experiencing here in the United States. Contact us to schedule your virtual care visit today!

What types of visits can be done through virtual care?

Women’s Excellence offers Specialty Virtual Care (SVC) appointments for a variety of visits including

  • Gynecologic concerns
  • Routine obstetrical care
  • Lab result questions and follow up
  • Imaging results
  • Endometriosis and pelvic pain consultations
  • Menopause concerns
  • Weight program consultations
  • Infertility consultations
  • Anxiety and stress management
  • And more!

To see if you are able to have a virtual care visit please contact our support team by live chat.

So, how does Specialty Virtual Care work?

We recently upgraded our telemedicine system, and it’s now easier than ever to get connected with your provider.

You no longer need to download an application or search for a confirmation email!  At the time of your visit (or shortly after), your provider will text you directly to your smart phone with a link to start your office. Your provider may also choose to call you directly first before getting connected by video, but either way, just have your smart phone by you at the time of your visit and your provider will reach out to you directly to start your appointment. 

No more applications
No more scouring your email for your visit link
No more complicated technology!

It’s that simple!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Our virtual visits are 15 minutes long. Our system will automatically end your visit at the 15 minutes time mark. It is important to have all of your questions written down to maximize the time with your provider.

Do I have to sign a consent form?
  • We do require all patients to have an updated registration or consent form signed to be able to schedule virtual care visits. If you have questions about this, please contact our staff.
  • Here are instructions on how to sign your “Virtual Care” consent form.