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Mana now offering TeleVisit allowing patients to visit their doctor virtually

During the COVID-19 pandemic, several insurance plans, Medicaid, and Medicare are covering this service like an in-person office visit.
Credit: Mana

SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Patients can stay safe at home and request a visit with their doctor online.

A TeleVisit is a real-time appointment with your provider using your smartphone, tablet, or computer. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, several insurance plans, Medicaid, and Medicare are covering this service like an in-person office visit. 

Your insurance co-pays and deductibles will apply.

Your provider will assess your symptoms, recommend a plan of care, and can even send a prescription if needed.

 Call your doctor's office to speak to a nurse who will determine if a TeleVisit is appropriate for you. 

The following MANA Clinics are currently offering TeleVisits:

  • Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic (479-521-8200)
  • MANA Family Medicine Har-Ber (479-361-1020)
  • MANA Family Medicine North (479-443-3536)
  • MANA Family Medicine Pinnacle Hills (479-464-5599)
  • MANA Family Medicine Prairie Grove (479-267-5600)
  • MANA Family Medicine South (479-442-2822)
  • MANA Family Medicine Springdale (479-750-3630)
  • MANA Family Medicine Thompson (479-756-1300)
  • Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics (479-442-7322)
  • MANA Urgent Care College (479-521-0200)
  • MANA Urgent Care Wedington (479-442-0006)

For an appointment visit: https://www.mana.md/televisit/ 

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