Virtual Care When and Where You Need It
Easily connect with a healthcare provider for a quick diagnosis, care instructions, or prescription with video visits and e-visits.
SCL Health, now Intermountain Health, offers virtual visits with licensed caregivers in Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. Virtual visits are a great option for people who need a consultation or treatment plan for urgent medical needs ranging from cold and flu to joint pain and allergies. If in-person care is needed, a virtual care provider will discuss the most appropriate treatment options.
More than 560 SCL Health providers offer video visits that you can schedule online through your MyChart account or through the Find a Doctor tool.
You can sign up for a free MyChart account at mychart.sclhealth.org to get started. Once in MyChart go the Menu button on top left and look for “Schedule Office or Video Appointment.”
Using your MyChart account, you can start a video visit with the next available healthcare provider online. On demand, or next available, video visit appointments are available 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., seven days a week.
Once in MyChart, go the Menu button on top left menu and click on “Start a Next Available Video Visit.”
Start a Next Available Video Visit FAQs
Using an advanced medical questionnaire in MyChart, e-visits allow you to enter your symptoms into an online form to get a diagnosis and treatment plan. E-visits are ideal for non-urgent medical issues and only take about 10 minutes.
E-visits are available 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., seven days a week through MyChart for $35. In MyChart go to the Menu button on the left menu and select "E-Visit (Medical Questionaire.)
Please note that providers are licensed to practice on a state-by-state basis. A patient receiving care or consultation must be located in the same state(s) to which a provider is licensed to practice. This is a requirement for video and in-person visits.
If you need any help or assistance with a virtual visit, please call Colorado: 303-403-3309 in Colorado or 406-237-8775 in Montana and Wyoming.