Telehealth Urgent Care Medicine in Georgia
Care you can trust without leaving home!
*Cost may be less with insurance
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If you are experiencing a non-emergency medical issue and either physically can’t get to an in-person visit or would prefer not to increase your risk of exposure to other illnesses, reach out to Superior Health Medical today. We provide telehealth urgent care services for patients across Georgia, so you can get the immediate help you need right from home.
If Your Condition Is Life-Threatening, Immediately Go To The Emergency Room
Telehealth urgent care is a great way for people to access responsive medical advice and care in the event of a non-life-threatening medical problem, like a cough or cold. However, it’s not the safest choice for everyone.
If you are experiencing severe or life-threatening symptoms, such as difficulty breathing or chest pain, go to your local emergency room or in-person clinic immediately. If your provider determines during your virtual visit that a higher level of care is needed, they will likely direct you to the nearest medical facility for more comprehensive care.
What Urgent Care Conditions Can Be Treated Now?
Superior Health Medical can treat a number of urgent medical conditions, including:
How Does Telehealth Urgent Care Medicine Work?
When you book a virtual urgent care appointment at Superior Health Medical, you will meet with Dr. Lisette Akers to discuss your symptoms and how you are feeling. She may ask you to record your vitals and information about your medical history to get a fuller understanding of your condition.
Based on your symptoms, Dr. Akers can determine a diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan for you. At the end of your appointment, Dr. Akers will provide you with instructions or schedule a follow-up, as well as send any medications to your local pharmacy in Georgia.
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Make An Appointment With Dr. Akers
If you are interested in scheduling a telehealth urgent care appointment with Dr. Akers, simply book online now. You will receive a follow-up text message or email with some questions allowing us to better understand your condition and prepare us for your appointment.
During your first virtual visit, Dr. Akers will ask you to describe your symptoms and how you feel, as well as briefly discuss your medical history. Depending on your symptoms, she may also ask you to record your vitals based on the equipment you have access to, including your weight, temperature, and blood pressure.
To allow Dr. Akers to properly assess you and create a comprehensive treatment plan, remain honest and transparent throughout your video chat about your condition.
Based on your symptoms, Dr. Akins will create a personalized treatment plan, which may include prescription medication, at-home care, or recommending you to a specialist. If you are prescribed medication to treat your symptoms, she will send it to your local pharmacy so you can begin feeling better right away.
The doctor may write a lab order than you can take to the nearest Lab Corp or Quest Diagnostics. The results will be sent to your doctor. It’s that easy!
With the help of Dr. Akins, you’ll be able to quickly treat your illness or injury. Telehealth appointments allow you to skip the commutes and waiting rooms and get the care you need to feel better faster.
The Benefits of Telehealth Urgent Care
Telehealth urgent care offers the benefit of scheduling appointments at a scheduled time from anywhere. So long as you have a mobile device or laptop and Wi-Fi, you can be seen right away by an experienced, licensed medical professional at Superior Health Medical.
The most frustrating part about in-person clinics and emergency rooms is the long wait times. Often, it can be hours before you are seen, and even longer to get the help you need. Telehealth lets you skip the crowded waiting rooms full of sick people and be treated immediately, so you can focus on getting better.
Dr. Akers is a fully licensed medical professional with years of experience in treating all kinds of illnesses and conditions. When you schedule a virtual visit with Superior Health Medical, you can rest assured knowing that your sessions will be private and encrypted to meet the standards of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Are Telehealth Doctors Trustworthy?
Dr. Akers, MD, MBA is a licensed and board-certified family medical physician and medical director. She and her care team are bound by the same ethical and legal standards as all medical professionals, meaning you’ll receive the same quality of care as you would in an in-person visit.
If you are in need of urgent medical care in Georgia but aren’t up to visiting an in-person clinic, Dr. Akers and the team at Superior Health Medical can help. Whether you need a quick way to treat a sore throat or you want to build a lasting relationship with a provider you can trust, we strive to build personal, patient-centered relationships to better your health and overall well-being.
Dr. Lisette Akers, MD, MBA has over a decade of experience guiding clients through virtual urgent care visits, mental health care, chronic health concerns, and more. She and her team are licensed and board-certified in the state of Georgia to provide an integrative approach to health care.
If you have any concerns about telehealth, our team is more than willing to answer questions you may have about the process, insurance billing, and more.
Make An Appointment And Be Seen Now
When you aren’t feeling well, the last thing you need is to drag yourself out of the house to sit in a crowded waiting room for hours on end. Book your appointment with Superior Health Medical today for virtual urgent care services, and get treated for your symptoms right from home!
Locations In Georgia Served By Dr. Akers
- Addiction treatment
- Chronic pain management
- Benzodiazepine treatments
- Emergency care including chest pain/seizures/shortness of breath/stroke
- Controlled substance use disorders
- Any condition that may require an in-person visit
- Any abortion related treatment
- Possible bone fractures/head injuries
- Psychiatric conditions that need emergent in-person care such as thoughts of suicide/homicide/hallucinations
- Testosterone hormone replacement/lifestyle medications
- Hormone replacement therapies for gender transitioning
- We do not treat patients that are pregnant or think they may be pregnant
*If you have any concerning symptoms or an emergency situation, please call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department