Virtual Care 

What is Telemedicine/Virtual care? 

Telemedicine is care provided over video, text or phone rather than in-person. Telemedicine uses technology to bring care to you! 

 

Telemedicine Kits 

Your kit includes your own pediatric pulse oximeter (to check heart rate and oxygen level), thermometer, and a camera otoscope (ear camera), so that together we can diagnose conditions such as ear infections on a text or video consultation! These are included in packages/subscriptions, or you can optionally purchase one to have on hand for individual visits.

 

Individual Visits

Not ready for a subscription, but just want to avoid a trip into the pediatrician's office? Or simply have a question about your child's development (e.g. starting solids), constipation, or other concern? Not a problem! 

What kinds of things can I evaluate and treat with telemedicine?

  • Allergies

  • Ear infections

  • Pink eye

  • Asthma

  • Croup

  • Colds/Respiratory infections

  • Vomiting and Diarrhea 

  • Constipation

  • Insect Bites

  • Rashes

  • Eczema

  • Rashes

  • Hand, Foot and Mouth disease

  • Sprains & Strains

  • Child Development and Milestones

Packs of Visits

Eager for easy access, but not yet sure how often you'll need to make an appointment? A pack of visits is perfect for you! You'll already have your telemedicine kit on hand, and the visits never expire, so use them whenever you want! They're not limited to a single child, so helpful for those bothersome family illnesses (like stomach flu). Available in packs of 6 or 10. Prices comparable to a typical insurance copay!

Subscription services

Don't want to worry about visit limits? Want to just text whenever you want? Ask about child's fever or cold, illness, development, or just check in to make sure something is normal: anything related to your child's health! I'm here for you! 

Subscription services include unlimited texting and video visits, all on-demand classes and special live classes! 

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What is Medical Advice? 

Medical advice is specific advice pertaining to a person or situation. It includes diagnosis, treatment, and recommendations about what to do! Medical advice should always be given in the context of a provider-patient relationship and therefore can only be given to Colorado residents recieving telemedicine services. Medical information and education means I can discuss general topics like "What are examples of sleep training methods?" and "What foods are best to introduce first to an infant?" Still helpful, but a very different perspective.  

Why is Telemedicine offered only in Colorado?

For now, Laura is licensed in Colorado only, but would consider expanding in the future! Nurse Practitioner laws vary by state with Colorado (and other western states) allowing independent practice and others having more restrictions. Let her know if you are interested in telemedicine where you live!