Telehealth Urgent Care Medicine in North Carolina

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At Superior Health Medical, we offer urgent care virtual visits that provide immediate medical care and attention to those who need it. If you are experiencing a non-emergency medical issue but are unable or prefer not to visit a healthcare provider in person, our telehealth service may be the right choice for you. With a few simple clicks, you can schedule a virtual appointment with one of our experienced telehealth providers, Dr. Akers, who will assess your condition and provide the most appropriate care.

Our telehealth service is convenient, accessible, and cost-effective, making it an ideal option for those who need immediate medical attention but cannot visit a healthcare facility in person. If you want to receive medical care without the hassle of traveling or waiting in a crowded waiting room, we encourage you to learn more about our telehealth service and schedule a video appointment today.

Begin Treatment Right Away

Don’t wait any longer to get the medical care you need! With Superior Health’s virtual urgent care services, you can start treatment right away from the comfort of your own home. Simply log on to our secure online platform and connect with a highly qualified medical professional. Don’t let distance or COVID-19 concerns stop you from getting the care you deserve. Take control of your health and start your virtual treatment today!

If Your Condition is Life-threatening, Immediately Go to an Urgent Care Facility

Our urgent care video visits can be a helpful and efficient way to receive medical treatment and guidance, but it’s important to keep in mind that it may not always be the most suitable option for every situation. 

If you are experiencing severe or potentially life-threatening symptoms, such as chest pain or difficulty breathing, it is essential that you seek immediate medical attention at an emergency room or clinic.

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What Kinds of Conditions Can You Be Seen for Now?

Telehealth urgent care platforms can be used to diagnose and treat a wide range of non-emergency medical conditions, such as a minor illness or injury. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms or conditions, schedule a virtual care visit today. 

What Our Patients Have Said

Dr. Akers is 100% the best. She is passionate and truly cares about you!

Lori L. | May 10, 2023

Dr. Akers was great. I scheduled an appointment last min, and she was able to help me. So kind. Thank you so much. I appreciate your support

Twanette W. | May 10, 2023

I have been really sick the past couple days. I found Dr. Akers and I couldn’t be more pleased. Thank you so much! Definitely taking my business here!

Christi S. | May 10, 2023

Dr. Akers is hands down the best primary care provider, ever. She is so focused on providing the best care for each patient based on their unique needs and lifestyle.

Abbey L. | May 10, 2023

Dr Akers is a very caring professional! Absolutely knows what she is talking about!

Jackie J. | May 10, 2023

Dr. Akers is superior in her field. She has helped me more than she will ever know.

Dorothy H. | May 10, 2023

Omg Dr. Akers was so nice and thorough she made the process so easy with my 87 yr old mom thankyou so much I want you for my doctor

Patricia P. | Feb 13, 2023

Dr. Akers was easy to talk to and I felt she gave me good advice about my situation. She listens‼️ thank you dr. Akers and god bless.

Dorothy T. | Dec 14, 2022

Dr. Akers is very thorough, takes the time to explain, and is overall wonderful.

Michael M. | Nov 29, 2022

Grateful I found her again.

Kevin P. | Nov 21, 2022

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How Does Telehealth Urgent Care Work?

​​If you have an urgent medical issue and need to speak with a healthcare professional, scheduling a virtual visit with Dr. Lisette Akers may be an option. During the appointment, Dr. Akers will review your medical history and ask about your current symptoms to get a better understanding of your condition.

Depending on your specific needs, she may request that you record your vital signs, such as your temperature, weight, and blood pressure, using any available medical equipment. Based on this information, Dr. Akers will determine the most appropriate treatment plan and decide if it is necessary for you to come into the office for an in-person evaluation.

If you have an urgent medical issue and need to speak with a healthcare professional, scheduling a virtual visit with one of our healthcare providers may be an option.

If you need to see a healthcare professional for urgent care, scheduling an appointment with Superior Health is simple and straightforward. The registration process only takes a few minutes and requires you to provide some basic personal and medical information. This information is important so that your provider can understand your specific health needs and provide the most appropriate care.

Once you have completed the registration process, you can easily book an appointment online at a time that is convenient for you. With this process, you can quickly and easily access the medical care you need with our skilled team.

During your virtual visit with one of our providers, it is important to be open and honest about your current health concerns and symptoms. This will help your provider to understand your condition and provide the most appropriate care. She will ask you questions about how you are feeling and assess your condition to determine the best treatment plan.

Treatment may include prescribing medication, recommending home care, or referring you to a specialist if necessary. It is important to follow all recommendations in order to properly manage your health condition and achieve the best possible outcome.

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!

After your video visit with one of our healthcare providers, you will receive instructions for any follow-up care that may be necessary. This may involve scheduling additional appointments to monitor your progress or address any ongoing concerns.

If your healthcare provider prescribes medication, it will be sent to your local pharmacy for you to pick up and begin treatment.

Why Opt For Telehealth Urgent Care?

At Superior Health Medical, we understand the importance of accessible, high-quality healthcare. That’s why we offer telehealth appointments that can be scheduled at any time and from any location, as long as you have an internet connection.

Immediate Treatment—No Waiting Rooms

If you need quick medical attention and don’t have the time or desire to wait in a crowded emergency room, telehealth urgent care may be the solution you’re looking for. With telehealth, you can receive immediate care without having to be physically present at a healthcare facility, allowing you to take care of your responsibilities and avoid potentially contagious situations in crowded waiting rooms.

Privacy and Convenience

Online therapy is typically more private than in-person therapy, as it allows you to communicate with your healthcare provider from a location of your choosing. If you are a person who is concerned about confidentiality or who may feel uncomfortable discussing personal issues in a public setting, teletherapy was made for you.

You’ll receive treatment from the comfort of your own home or any other location with an internet connection.

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Schedule An Appointment And Be Seen Now

Instead of waiting weeks for an in-person consultation at a doctor’s office, get the urgent care you need with Superior Health Medical. Our virtual visits are easy to schedule, and the online platform makes the whole process easy and convenient.

Get the medical care you need when you need it — contact us today to schedule your urgent care virtual visit.

Locations In North Carolina Served By Dr. Akers

We serve the entirety of North Carolina, whether you are currently in a major city or small town. Here are some of the cities where our services are most popular. 

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Can You Trust A Telehealth Doctor?

Dr. Lisette Akers, as a licensed healthcare professional in the state of North Carolina, is trained to diagnose and treat patients using telehealth technology and is bound by the same ethical and legal standards as in-person healthcare providers.

Patients who have seen Dr. Akers have reported that she provides exceptional care and compassion, both in person and through telehealth visits. It is always important to choose a qualified and experienced healthcare professional, and Dr. Akers’ training and education make her well-equipped to handle a wide range of medical conditions and concerns.

Telehealth can be used to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions and can be an effective way to receive care for non-emergency medical issues. Healthcare professionals like Dr. Akers are as qualified and trustworthy as in person providers, and our services are delivered through secure video platforms.

If you are in need of medical care in the state of North Carolina, Dr. Lisette Akers is a qualified and experienced healthcare professional that you can trust. With her extensive knowledge and expertise, you can trust that Dr. Akers is well-equipped to handle a wide range of medical conditions and concerns.

Superior Health Medical provides virtual urgent care visits no matter where you are in North Carolina. Whether you live in a big city or small town, all you need is a smart phone or smart device and the internet. Now you can skip all of the waiting that comes with an in-person visit to your primary care doctor.

  • 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

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