Clinton, Mo. – (March 31, 2020) –Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare (GVMH) is in the process of implementing virtual visits for patients through its myGVMH Health Portal.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, GVMH will be offering virtual visits to protect the safety of its patients, staff and providers through its myGVMH Health Portal. The virtual visits will allow patients to consult with their primary care provider through a video visit using a smartphone or computer.
With the myGVMH Health Portal virtual visit functionality, patients can:
- Schedule an appointment through the patient portal
- Meet with their primary care provider via video conference
- Manage medical care without leaving home
Providers that will be offering virtual visits include: Dr. Aften Anderson; Dr. Brendan Bagley; Dr. Jamie Ball; Dr. Gustin Bateman; Dr. Brian Bellamy; Dr. Bruce Bellamy; Dr. Walter Bender; Dr. Jenni Blair; Dr. Amber Campbell; Dr. William Dailey; Dr. Sunanda Ghosh; Dr. Stephanie Lersch; Dr. Pamela McCool; Dr. Manik Mehra; Dr. Erik Miller; Dr. Joseph Myers; Dr. Drew Smith; Dr. Aneel Ursani and Dr. Rob Wetzel.
In addition, Candice Baker, FNP-BC; Emily Baker, FNP-BC; Renée Baker, FNP-BC; Andrea Becker, NP-C; Brian Becker, PA-C; Rebecca Fredrich, FNP-BC; Jo Hilbrenner, NP-C; Brenda Jones, FNP-BC; Jamie Ketterman, NP-C, CDE; Taylor Lincoln, FNP-BC; Laura Noble, FNP-BC; Leah Rogers, PA-C and Katie Terry, FNP-BC will be participating.
As well as, Shanda Watson, MS, MSW, LCSW and Angela Heck, MSW, LCSW, plus Lori Naber, RDN, LDN; Aimee Oerke, RDN, LDN; Tracy Schubert, RDN, LDN and Lisa Susunaga, RN, BSN.
“We are pleased to be able to offer this technology to our patients during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Kyle Adkins, chief operating officer at GVMH. “Virtual visits allow our patients to meet with their primary care provider for their medical care needs, but stay at home to help prevent the spread of the virus.”
If you do not already have a myGVMH Portal account, you can sign up for one HERE.
For more information about virtual visits, please call your provider’s office.
Also, check cdc.org for the latest information regarding COVID-19.