MetroHealth is beginning to see more patients in person again, because in many cases, it’s the only way to provide the care you need.
Whether it’s time for your annual check-up, for preventive tests like mammograms and colonoscopies, for your child’s immunizations or for diagnostic procedures like cardiac stress tests, your health and the health of your family is too important to postpone necessary care.
How to Choose: Telehealth vs. In-Person Appointment
Telehealth (also called video, virtual or phone) visits offer great convenience for patients, but there are times an in-person visit is the better – or only – option you should choose. How do you know whether to schedule a telehealth visit or an in-person visit?
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