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Manage Your Medication Without Seeing the Doctor in Person

Manage Your Medication Without Seeing the Doctor in Person

When you regularly use medications to control medical issues like high blood pressure, diabetes, or chronic pain, it’s important that you’re able to manage all of your medications without too much trouble. 

It can take a lot of time and planning. Or you can find out more about how telemedicine benefits new and existing patients at Living Water Community Health and Wellness Clinic, a family practice with locations in Porterville, Lindsay, and Visalia, California.

Under the leadership of Dr. Erick Madrigal, our team of family medicine specialists and primary care doctors provide the medication management support you need to stay well and healthy. We treat patients of all ages, both in-office and remotely through telemedicine.

Benefit from telemedicine for your medication management

You may be taking medications to help with a wide range of temporary or chronic health care needs. You might need medication long-term to manage a health condition, or you might need medicine now to deal with an infection or other acute health issue.

Either way, it’s important that you have the medication you need, when you need it. Many medications lose effectiveness or cause challenging side effects when not used correctly and consistently. Don’t let your health and wellness suffer from delays in getting the medicine you need.

If you don’t have the time or ability to come into the doctor’s office every time you need to renew or adjust your prescriptions, a telemedicine appointment can help you save time and hassle.

Telemedicine puts you in contact with the primary care experts at Living Water Clinic remotely, so you can receive the health care you need from where you are. Our team includes medical assistants to help with the check-in process so you’re able to communicate securely and privately with your doctor or nurse.

Accessible remote medical care through telemedicine

State law in California protects your access to telemedicine for the majority of your health care needs. Telemedicine treatment works with any computer, tablet, or smartphone that has online video conferencing, and if you don’t have reliable internet access, you can also have a telemedicine appointment over the phone.

You can start with telemedicine as a new patient or use telemedicine appointments to supplement your in-person visits to a Living Water Clinic location. For some symptoms and diagnoses, you may need an in-person visit at some point in addition to telemedicine care.

We also provide follow-up care through telemedicine, including comprehensive medication management support. Telemedicine treatment includes prescribing and refilling your medications.

Your provider at Living Water Clinic can send your prescriptions directly to your pharmacy of choice after the end of your telemedicine appointment, making it quick and convenient for you to pick up the medications you and your family need to stay in good health.

You can learn more about remote telemedicine care for medication management at Living Water Clinic by contacting us over the phone or online today.

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