Virtual Medical Visits
Pediatric Virtual Medical Visits
Does your child have a rash, acne or thrush?
Does your child have allergies, runny nose, congestion or sneezing?
Has your child twisted, sprained or strained an extremity?
Do you think your child has pink eye?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you may be eligible to use the Pediatric Virtual Medical Visit service.
What is a Pediatric Virtual Medical Visit?
- The Pediatric Virtual Visit service enables healthcare access to Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC) patients who are not able to travel to their health care provider for specific non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses.
- This service is a video appointment with a medical provider, and is available to patients with specific symptoms.
- Any device with Internet connection and attached camera can access this service.
- Virtual visits are available daily during Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic hours and most will be completed within 20 minutes.
- All visits are HIPAA compliant.
- No visits will be recorded.
- If medications are needed, the provider will order medications to be picked up at OKCIC’s pharmacy or a preferred pharmacy.
To qualify for Pediatric Virtual Medical Visits, patients must:
- Have an active chart at OKCIC’s Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic.
- Have been seen for a well-child visit at OKCIC within the last 12 months.
- Have one of the following symptoms: rash, sprain and strain, acne, thrush, allergies, runny nose, congestion, sneezing or pink eye.
Step-By-Step Instructions for Service
- Patient calls the Pediatric Virtual Medical Visit number during business hours at (405) 948-4900 ext. 633.
- Patient answers eligibility and triage questions prior to appointment.
- Qualifying patients will receive an email or text link to the MEND app to download for an appointment. No login or password required.
- Patient chooses a time that is mutually acceptable and makes an appointment with a provider at OKCIC.
- Patient receives a reminder text message before the appointment.*
- Patient/provider appointment occurs via mobile device or computer for diagnosis and treatment.