Who can have a video visit?
Anyone present in the states of Colorado or Montana at the time of their exam who is over the age of 18 can use a video visit to receive care for common health issues.
Parents and teens 12-17 years of age can request a scheduled video visit by contacting their provider's office.
Parents, guardians and caretakers can initiate a video visit on behalf of children less than 12 years of age through the parent's proxy MyChart account.
Can I get prescriptions through a video visit?
Yes, if needed, your provider can order prescription medications for you and send them directly to the pharmacy of your choice.
What conditions can be treated by video visit?
• Abdominal pain
• Allergies / hay fever
• Animal and insect bites
• Asthma and asthma prescription refills
• Athlete's foot
• Blood pressure prescription refill
• Breastfeeding concerns
• Canker or cold sore
• Cold / sinus infection
• Ear pain
• Epipen prescription refill
• Eye pain, eye bump, or irritation
• Headache or migraine
• Influenza (flu)
• Low back pain
• Minor burns and sunburns
• Motion sickness
• Mouth sores
• Pertussis (whooping cough)
• Pink eye
• Sinus pain or pressure
• Smoking cessation
• Sprains and strains
• Tick bite
• Tinea (fungal skin infection)
• Travel medication
• Upset stomach and nausea
• Yeast infection
How long does a video visit take?
Request or schedule a video visit through MyChart. Once connected with a care provider, most video visits take about 10 minutes. Depending on your circumstances, times may vary for your care provider to determine a diagnosis and treatment plan.
If you already have a MyChart account with SCL Health, you can sign in to your account to start your video visit. If you do not already have an SCL Health MyChart account, you will need to create one for a video visit.