COVID-19 – Coronavirus Information and Updates

HHO Launches Telehealth for Patients

Thank you for your continued support and understanding during this unprecedented time. While we maintain our commitment and dedication to patients and caregivers, we also continue our efforts to optimize the health and safety of our staff, providers, and patients. As such, we are pleased to announce the introduction of more comprehensive telemedicine visits through OttoHealth that will allow us to continue caring for you from your own homes.

When appropriate, patients can be scheduled for a virtual visit (which will include video) with a designated provider as early as this week. Visit notifications will be sent directly to your email or via text message and will include login instructions.

More information on the login process can be obtained at the OttoHealth Patient Resources page.

Please let us know if there are any concerns or questions regarding telemedicine or your care in general. For more information about our response to COVID-19, click here

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