During the winter months, it can be difficult to get to the doctor’s office. And with COVID-19 restrictions, many patients are hesitant about visiting the doctor.
SMC Health Physicians is making it simple to stay healthy by offering Telemedicine appointments.
“The visit is much like a normal doctor visit, as the patient and doctor can discuss the patient’s issues one on one via telephone or a video call,” said Michele Pawlowski, Director of Physician Services. “This service is much needed right now, and we are happy to offer Telemedicine to our patients.”
To make a Telemedicine appointment, call one of the SMC Health Physician offices and set up the appointment.
“Once your appointment day and time are set up, you can choose to have a phone call or a video call with your provider,” said James Hubbs, DO. “The office will call and connect you to the doctor for a phone call or send you a link via text message for the video call.”
Simply click on the link to open the video program to see and speak to the doctor.
“Telemedicine, whether a phone call or conversation through video, has been very helpful since the pandemic began,” said Hubbs. “Patients can still receive the care they need without leaving the safety of their own homes.”
Access SMC Health Physicians Telemedicine service by calling:
- Pennsville Family Practice – Dr. Mitchell Bober
- Pediatrics – Drs. Barry Berman and Paul Kouyoumdji
- Swedesboro Family Practice – Gastroenterologist Dr. Henry Ho, Dr. James Hubbs and Certified Physician Assistant Jason Aulffo
- Woodstown Primary Care – Dr. James Hubbs