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BloomMed Changes to Telemedicine Visits for All Appointments!

In order to best serve you in a way that reduces all of our risk of contracting the Coronavirus, BloomMed has made several adjustments to how it will deliver medical care in the coming weeks.

We are going full-on virtual! Lynette and I will still be available to patients during regular business hours, just online!

So, effective immediately:

How do telemedicine appointments work?

I have received a couple of requests to make a video discussing COVID-19, so BloomMed will host a Facebook Live event (likely Saturday at noon) to do so! Feel free to send me any questions you would like me to address this week and during the event and I will do my very best to provide updated, honest, and data-supported responses!

In the meantime, to keep track of new COVID-19 updates, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html

To schedule an appointment online, visit: https://app.elationemr.com/book/bloommedappt

To register for a membership plan, visit: https://bloommed.hint.com/signup/membership

If you would like to change or update your membership plan, please call the office so Lynette can make that change for you!

I know this is a lot of information, but I hope you are finding these updates helpful. We will continue to keep you updated and do our best to meet your healthcare needs during these rapidly changing times.

 

Thank you for your support and cooperation.

Author
Dr. Stephanie Cudjoe, M.D.

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