Telehealth

Telehealth uses a video conferencing platform, much like Skype or FaceTime, to connect providers with patients in different locations for an outpatient appointment. Patients report great satisfaction with receiving care this way and most would recommend it to their friends and family. 

Telemedicine has been used for decades and is a safe and cost effective way to attend your medical appointments. Telemedicine is subject to the same privacy rules and regulations as in-person health care services. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health’s telemedicine technology is safe, secure and HIPAA compliant.

Setting Up and Attending Telehealth Virtual Visits:
If you're a patient and plan on attending a telehealth appointment, please follow the instructions on this Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Connected Care page. 

You can attend your telemedicine appointment with many APD and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health physicians or providers from home using a smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer (except Chromebooks).  Please view these resources: