In AR for the Summer? TeleVisits Available at Pat Walker Health Center
If you find yourself needing to see a medical provider, but you may be in a different city in Arkansas this summer or you don't feel up to going in person, a TeleVisit at the Pat Walker Health Center may be an option for you. U of A students, faculty and staff who are in Arkansas this summer can be seen via a TeleVisit with one of Pat Walker Health Center's medical providers, in addition to in-person appointments.
Whether you are already an established patient or a new patient, you can be seen at the health center this summer. Using HIPAA-compliant video conferencing, TeleVisits let you access health care services while in the comfort of your own home or other private location; however, you must be in the state of Arkansas at the time of your TeleVisit to be eligible.
Faculty and staff are eligible if you are currently employed by the University, and students who were enrolled in spring 2023 classes or are enrolled in Summer 2023 classes are eligible for services through the start of classes in August. Incoming fall 2023 students are eligible for services beginning Aug. 1. You can find reminders about all the Pat Walker Health Center services available to you in this Arkansas News article.
To learn about the types of visits the Primary Care Clinic or GYN (Women's) Clinic offers via a TeleVisit, go to the Patient Portal or call 479-575-4451. To schedule a TeleVisit appointment at the GYN (Women's) Clinic, you can schedule via the Patient Portal or call 479-575-4478. To schedule a TeleVisit appointment at the Primary Care Clinic, you can schedule via the Patient Portal or call 479-575-4451, option 1.
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