Adams Telehealth involves the distribution of health-related services and information via electronic information and telecommunication technologies. It allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, care, education and intervention.
Individuals wishing to receive medical attention from the convenience of their own home may wish to use Telehealth services. These visits let you speak directly to your provider right from your computer or smartphone.
To schedule a non-emergency Telehealth appointment for new or established patients, first sign up with MyChart or call 1-833-724-DOCS (3627) for assistance.
Please call 260-728-3906 directly to schedule a Behavioral Health Telehealth appointment.
Appointments can be scheduled in a variety of ways, including through video (via a smartphone, tablet or computer) or telephone call. Set-up assistance will be provided. Telehealth visits typically take 10-15 minutes and include a diagnosis and, if needed, prescriptions.
Common conditions treated through Telehealth include:
- Cold, cough and flu
- Respiratory Issues
- Pink eye
- Sore throat
- Sinus problems
- Pain management
- Eldercare visits
- Routine evaluations and re-evaluations
- Chronic care management
- Medicare annual wellness visits
Types of Providers
Pediatricians are dedicated to caring for the unique needs of children from birth to age 18, partnering with parents to ensure a child’s health, safety and proper development.
Obstetricians care for women during their pregnancy and just after their baby is born. They, along with gynecologists, focus on some of the most important health issues in a woman’s life, including birth control, childbirth and menopause.
Geriatricians and Senior Care
Senior care providers specialize in caring for older adults. They focus on the unique health needs that come with aging and promote healthy aging by improving the quality of health care services for older adults, including education and excellent patient care.