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We accept most insurance plans and cash.
Step 1. Make an appointment at our office for a Doxy.me remote visit. (972)-875-6700 Step 2. Download the Doxy.me app on your handheld device or go to the Doxy.me website on your computer and bookmark the page
Step 3. On the day of your appointment go to a local campus clinic, urgent care, school nurse, minute clinic, PCP or fire station, (if you ask nicely and make a donation) and Have your vital signs done. V/S: Temperature, Pulse, Height, Weight, Blood Pressure and Oxygen saturation. Fax or E-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org (Note: Email is NOT secure. By sending via email you are choosing to send health information through an unsecured method) or Fax: (972)-875-6790, before your appointment. Doxy.me Remote Visit Protocol
Temperature, Pulse, Height, Weight, Blood Pressure, Oxygen saturation and BMI,
For adults: Blood pressure plus any other 2
For children less than 18: Height, weight, plus at least one other
higi station (Adults Only) The higi station does not check height. We need the height to monitor growth in children.
Step 4. Call our office (972-875-6700) 30 minutes before your appointment and give us your information. Be prepared to give payment over the phone with a credit card.
Step 6. The nurse will log in and review the vital signs with you and then ask you a few questions.
Step 7. Wait for the Doctor.
Prescriptions will be sent electronically to your pharmacy.
Virtual Visits are for ADHD, Anxiety and or Depression
follow-up visits only!
Works with Chrome or Firefox browsers only!
Please answer the following questions regarding your ADHD:
How long does each dose last?
What time(s) do you take your medication?
Do you have good support form school or work for your ADHD?
Are you getting along well with your family?
Are you getting along well with your friends?
How many hours of sleep do you get a night?
Would you like to continue your current medications for ADHD?
Will you be needing refills on your ADHD medications today?
Will you be needing refills on other medications today?
What side effects are you having from your ADHD medication?