The Austin office is committed to providing excellent medical care to all patients in a cost-effective, compassionate and dignified manner.
Virtual Telemedicine visits now available, please call for details.
Telemedicine Now Available
Texas Digestive Disease Consultants in Austin, Texas now offers Telemedicine and Telehealth services to provide greater convenience to our patients. With Telemedicine our patients will be able to receive gastroenterology treatment remotely from the comfort of their own home. We know that this will allow the residents of Austin, Texas to receive a higher quality of gastroenterological care from the qualified physicians of TDDC. Our Telemedicine provider is easy and free to use. Please contact our office to make an appointment today.
Are There Gastrointestinal Telemedicine Doctors Near Me?
Yes. TDDC is a premier telemedicine company and all of our Austin Texas locations have a simple and easy to use telemedicine solution, including our Austin, Texas location serving Cedar Park, Round Rock, Kyle, Georgetown, and surrounding areas. Please call to ask any questions about our telehealth services and set up your appointment.
What are the benefits of Telemedicine?
One immediate benefit of utilizing Telemedicine is the reduced cost of physically going to a clinic. You won’t need to take as much time off work, you won’t incur any transportation costs and you won’t need to find a babysitter.
Telemedicine services also allow greater access to care. If injury or ailment prevents you from leaving your home frequently a virtual Telemedicine option will make healthcare more accessible to you. We are also excited for those patients who live in rural areas and who would typically need to drive great distances to receive medical care. Telemedicine will assist those residents as well.
To learn more about telemedicine watch these two videos below from one of our telemedicine providers Doxy.me.
Telemedicine Check-In Help
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