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Many of our patients, between heightened levels of discomfort and compromised immune systems or chronic health conditions, are unable to visit our urgent care center for necessary medical care during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In order to accomodate all of our patients, AFC Urgent Care Paramus is now offering telemedicine screenings seven days a week. Many conditions normally brought in for treatment at AFC Urgent Care Paramus can be treated over a simple virtual visit taking place over your smartphone, tablet or computer.
What can be assessed over telemedicine?
Some of the wide range of conditions and illnesses that can be assessed and treated over a telemedicine screening include:
Upper respiratory symptoms including cold, flu, sore and strep throat
Rashes, skin irritation and infections including cellulitis
Ear and eye infections
Seasonal allergy symptoms and reactions
Some conditions will require an in-person visit and cannot be addressed via telemedicine. For these, our center is open to walk-in patients seven days a week, including:
Any type of physical examination
STD and STI testing and treatment
Pregnancy or birth control consultation
Prescription renewal or consultation
How can I schedule a telemedicine appointment?
Scheduling a telemedicine appointment can be online using this convenient registration. After completing the form, a member of our staff will contact you to complete registration and confirm your details. You will then be sent a verification code, prompting you to open the secure app used for the telemedicine appointment. Enter your code and consent to the use of telemedicine in order to finalize registering for your visit.
Telemedicine Screenings in Paramus, NJ
If you are unable to visit our center in person or are interested in setting up an appointment for COVID-19 diagnostic testing, schedule a telemedicine appointment with AFC Urgent Care Paramus today. Appointments are accepted seven days a week and most insurance carriers are accepted. Call 201-262-2010 with any questions today!
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 issues(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.