Granville Health System has launched TELEHEALTH visits with our primary care practices. Our number one priority is the health and safety of our patients and we want to do all that we can to provide access to care. TELEHEALTH visits will allow you to have a telephone visit with a GHS provider from the comfort of your home.
GHS telehealth visits are available now for adults and children at both of our primary care locations.
Make a TELEHEALTH appointment today by calling:
What is TELEHEALTH?
Providers at Granville Primary Care, Butner-Creedmoor and Granville Primary Care & OB/GYN are offering telephone visits for non-emergent conditions, allowing patients to receive care from the comfort of their home.
Who can use a TELEHEALTH visit?
Any of our patients are encouraged to utilize TELEHEALTH.
What conditions can be assessed and managed with a TELEHEALTH visit?
Although some appointments may require a physical examination in order for the provider to meet the standard of care and make fully informed decisions, many visits can be managed well through a telephone interaction. These may include certain visits for:
- Quitting smoking
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Cold symptoms
- Congestive heart failure
- COPD/chronic bronchitis
- Seasonal allergies
- Upper respiratory symptoms
- Review of labs/studies
- Medication Review
- Pediatric ADD
- COVID questions and concerns
- Menopausal Symptoms
- Birth Control
- Follow-up care
- And much more
How does a TELEHEALTH visit work?
Scheduling a TELEHEALTH visit is easy. Simply call the clinic and we can give you an appointment slot. Provide us with a preferred phone number and your provider will call you.
Can I receive prescriptions with a TELEHEALTH visit?
If your provider prescribes a medication, we’ll send your prescription to the pharmacy of your choice electronically.
How much does a TELEHEALTH visit cost?
No payment is expected at the time of the call. Most insurance companies will cover the visit at 100%, but you may receive a bill later. Check individual plan coverage or ask when making an appointment.