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Johns Hopkins Medicine offers remote appointments for current and new patients in many primary care and specialty areas. A range of online services for patients and providers is available on your smartphone, computer or tablet.  
 
Many existing patients with a MyChart account or new patients now have the option to participate in a live-video appointment, called a video visit, with a Johns Hopkins outpatient primary or specialty care provider. Professional world language or sign language interpreters are available to join a telemedicine video or phone visit.
 
 
 
 

Make a Telemedicine Appointment

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.

 

 
 

 

 

See a Johns Hopkins Health Care Provider Online

  • Online Provider Visits

    ​Current patients can connect with Johns Hopkins health care providers using a smartphone, computer or tablet.

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  • Clinician-to-Clinician

    ​Doctors and medical staff can consult with specialists at Johns Hopkins online.

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  • Communities

    Telemedicine is helping treat children and adults of participating organizations or schools with the expertise of Johns Hopkins doctors.

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    My doctor can have a presence in my home without me physically having to go to see him.

    --David Parker, telemedicine patient

     

    Johns Hopkins Telemedicine by the Numbers

    418,796 Number of Video Visits

    *cumulative for FY20

    20,893 Video Visits Last Week


     
     
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