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In our continuing effort to protect patients and staff, we strongly suggest patients with COVID-like symptoms schedule a telecare/video visit before coming to the center. However, we will see patients with COVID-like symptoms in-office as well. Please note that if you have any COVID- or flu-like symptoms, testing is medically necessary even if you have completed an at-home test or a lab test elsewhere. Thank you for your understanding.schedule now
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Book Your Telecare Appointment with AFC Anderson. If there are no appointments available, please try the following day. We are seeing very high demand for COVID testing and are trying to make the process as safe and convenient as possible for our patients.
When you or a family member is ill or injured and you don’t want to or shouldn’t leave the comfort and safety of home, what you want is Telecare/Video Visit! This kind of healthcare provides advice, diagnosis, and even recommendations for treatment without you having to leave your home. Does that sound like the kind of care you want for yourself and your family? If so, then reach out to us here at AFC Urgent Care Anderson for a virtual doctor visit with us!
A virtual doctor visit is practically the same as a regular doctor visit, but at home and digitally! You can connect and communicate with a doctor via your computer or smartphone, and then receive remote diagnosis and treatment. This is what a virtual doctor visit is all about. It’s also called Telecare/Video Visit.
Thanks to this kind of healthcare, patients are able to stay home but still receive care for minor injuries, mild illnesses, and common symptoms like flu symptoms. Visual physical exams can be provided too. With a clinic like AFC Urgent Care, people of any age, including children and seniors, can be treated remotely.
Another great thing about virtual doctor visits is how much less expensive they are compared to regular visits. At our clinic, our pricing varies, so please contact us to learn more about the costs of our services. We accept most major insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid, and we offer discounted cash pay options for patients without insurance. You can visit our Insurances page to see a list of many of the providers we work with, or you can call us to check whether we work with your particular provider.
There is a bit of a difference between telehealth and Telecare. Generally, telehealth refers to a broader range of remote healthcare services than Telecare/Video Visit does. Typically, Telecare/Video Visit refers to remote clinical services only. However, both terms can be used to describe remote healthcare.
With telehealth/Telecare, a patient can receive care for minor health symptoms and minor conditions. For example, if a patient has flu symptoms, a doctor may be able to determine whether the symptoms are serious and those of a condition like the flu. From there, the doctor is able to either recommend in-person or curbside testing, if necessary, or offer another service like a prescription for a medication. Mild illness treatments, minor injury care, basic visual checkups, and family health advice can be provided via telehealth/Telecare. In fact, many common urgent care and primary care services can be provided.
If you believe you or a loved one requires remote healthcare, then contact us today at AFC Urgent Care.
Yes, we do! Patients in the Anderson SC area can get Telecare/Video Visit from AFC Urgent Care Anderson. We’re located at 3710 Clemson Blvd Anderson, SC 29621, and you can contact us for Telecare/Video Visit services at (864)760-1050. You can also book an appointment with us online for Telecare/Video Visit. Our clinic is available to you Monday to Friday, 8 am to 8 pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 8 am to 5 pm. Don’t hesitate at all to contact us today if you or someone you know could benefit from our remote services!
With state-of-the-art centers and a professional medical team, AFC provides on-site X-rays, labs, procedures, and more!
Urgent care is for medical conditions that require prompt attention but do not pose an immediate threat to your health or life. Here is a simple rule of thumb: if your medical issue(s) are life threatening, call 911, or go directly to a hospital emergency room. If not, an urgent care center such as AFC is an excellent alternative.