Johns Hopkins Medicine offers secure and HIPAA compliant remote appointments for current and new patients in many primary care and specialty areas. Based on your state’s regulations, we offer a range of online services for patients and providers available on your smartphone, computer or tablet. Professional world language or sign language interpreters are available to join a telemedicine video or phone visit. Learn more about telemedicine.
Make a telemedicine appointment
More than 1.5 million telemedicine visits have been completed with patients, offering them essential care virtually. We are committed to continuing to offer exception and equitable virtual care to all of our patients.
Telemedicine appointments can be made by current Johns Hopkins Medicine patients with some providers in most departments through MyChart.
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Due to individual state regulations, Johns Hopkins Medicine may not be able to conduct a telemedicine visit with patients who live in a state other than the state where your provider’s office is located. Please ask your provider if you can be seen via telemedicine before you schedule a video visit. If you are looking to schedule an appointment with another department not listed here, please visit that department’s website and call to see if you have the option for a telemedicine appointment.
Telemedicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine makes it possible for patients to talk in real time with some of the world’s leading practitioners through computers, smartphones or tablets.
Some patients use telemedicine at home, while some participate through community centers, care facilities, schools or emergency rooms equipped with telemedicine connections to Johns Hopkins doctors.
Virtual connections are secure and HIPAA compliant. Professional world language or sign language interpreters are available to join a telemedicine video or phone visit.
If you have a heart condition or are having concerning heart-related symptoms, it is important to get the care you need. Telemedicine, or virtual health visits, offers patients an additional option to consult wit their physicians. Learn what to expect during a virtual visit with your cardiologist.
Telehealth, also called telemedicine, offers real advantages to patients. It’s easier than ever to meet with your doctor online for routine visits, even if you’re not computer savvy.
From increasing convenience to managing chronic conditions, telemedicine can help you take care your health.