Liberty Doctors Telehealth FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions and Technical Support
Who is Telehealth for?
Liberty Doctors Telehealth is for patients who have already established care at one of our Liberty Doctors offices as well as new patients. Liberty Doctors telehealth is inappropriate for life-threatening conditions.
What conditions should I use Telehealth for?
Primary Care Virtual Office Visit Condition List:
Acute Care Visits:
Nausea/Vimiting and/or Diarrhea
Upper Respiratory Infection
Medication Refills for Chronic Care Conditions
Tiffany Pediatrics Virtual Office Visit Condition List:
ADHD Follow up
Anxiety Follow up
Depression Follow up
Charles Towne Pediatrics Virtual Office Visit Condition List:
ADHD Follow Up
How about COVID-19 (coronavirus?)
We currently don’t do coronavirus testing at our offices. If you are concerned about your symptoms, please call one of our offices, and we will arrange for COVID-19 testing if necessary.
How much do the virtual visits cost?
The self-pay price of a virtual visit is $55. We are set up to file claims with most insurance companies for virtual visits. If you are not a new patient we will collect you insurance information during the registration process. Many insurance companies have agreed to waive co-pays for virtual visits at this time
How do I get started?
If you are a current paitient, or know which Liberty Doctors office you want to use, call that office. You can either schedule a new virtual visit, or convert a pre-existing appointment into a virtual visit. If you’re a new patient, CLICK HERE to get started.
How do the virtual visits work?
What do I do after I schedule a virtual visit?
You must fill out the consent form associated with your Liberty Doctors Office. New patients must compelete the new patient form, which includes the consent form. Find the office you scheduled your virtual visit with on THIS PAGE . Click on the consent form link for that office and complete the form. You must complete this form before your first virtual visit only.
You should also click on the following link to test your device: Test Your Device
If you require instructions you can access an instruction sheet we have created, by clicking here.
What should I do if my virtual visit is not working properly?
Please call your Liberty Doctors office for help. You may be able to complete your visit over the phone.
Our virtual visits are powere by Updox. If you are experiencing technical difficulties, you may contact Updox Chat Support at updox.com/support, available 8 AM – 8 PM EST every day, including weekends. Please click the speech-bubble icon in the lower right corner.