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To ensure that our patients have access to the care they need, Bertie County Rural Health Association (BCRHA) offers telemedicine for new and existing patients.
In the safe setting of the home, you can connect with physicians, physician assistants, and other care team members for routine care, follow-up appointments and sick visits.
Telemedicine is just one of the many tools we are using to keep our patients safe.
Our goal is always to promote and protect the health and well-being of the people of our community. During the coronavirus pandemic, we have had to make changes to the way we do things. But the compassion and quality of our care remain the same.
Our patient portal allows you to:
Telemedine (Virtual Visits)
Covid-19 Testing & Treatment
Cardio Monitoring - EKG
Internal & Family Medicine
Wellness & Physicals
Employee Drug Testing
Request and Track Appointments
View Lab Results
Request Prescription Refills
Receive Educational Materials
Review Important Health Information
Access Follow-Up Care
Send Messages to Staff
What Happens at a Telemedicine Visit?
Before Your Appointment
When you schedule your Telehealth visit, you will be asked to provide billing and insurance information as you would for an in-person visit.
At Your Appointment
The appointments are the same structure as a routine appointment, except you don't have to be in the same room as your doctor. Through a Telehealth visit, a doctor can do a medication check, review test results, evaluate how a treatment or therapy is working and see how you are breathing or moving, for example. If a prescription is needed, a provider can place an order electronically and send it to your pharmacy for pick-up.
Billing and Payments
Telemedicine visits are billed similarly to an in-office visit. There is no additional cost to having your appointment by Telehealth instead of in-person.