We now offer telehealth to patients who have been to our clinic before and need follow-up on their health.
To schedule a telehealth appointment with one of our providers, please call us first at (402) 488-4321 so we can see if telehealth would be a fit for your concerns.
The Urgent Care Clinic of Lincoln is one of the most experienced, accomplished and high tech clinics in Lincoln. Not only does our on-site lab have the capability to test for an extensive and detailed list of viruses and illness with results in an hour, but our digital
It is our privilege to announce that we are offering telehealth to our list of services.
When it came to offering telehealth care, you may have noticed that we never jumped right into the arena. We knew that when we did, we were going to offer the best in care to our patients. That meant taking a step back, evaluating how current demands and situations presented themselves and really dig deep into what Lincoln needed.
What we found was many of our competitors were cutting corners on your health. Every week the Urgent Care Clinic of Lincoln was treating patients who were mistreated and misdiagnosed by our competitors who were trying to make something quick & convenient while ignoring the dangers of telehealth. If that wasn’t bad enough, we also learned not every provider patients spoke to were even licensed in the State of Nebraska. Patients came to us worse off physically than when they started and now we’re incredibly frustrated.
Telehealth is not ideal for every illness or injury so there may be times when you could be asked to come to the clinic. Telehealth should never be thought of as a quick drive-thru where you tell us your symptoms and get your medicine like it’s a burger and fries. We want what is best for you and your health and, if we can morally and ethically handle your condition over a telehealth connection, we will. But, we will not engage in telehealth the way our competitors have. If we think it is in your best interest to see us at the clinic, it may save you from a more serious condition later.