Mercy Health-GoHealth Urgent Care providing patients virtual visits during coronavirus crisis

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EDMOND (KFOR) – Mercy Health-GoHealth Urgent Care is providing virtual visits for patients at their Edmond and Moore centers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Moore, Edmond and North Edmond community members who have both COVID-19 and non-COVID related illnesses can register for an appointment by clicking the following link: https://www.gohealthuc.com/oklahoma/video-visits.

“For members of the community concerned with potential COVID-19 exposure or symptoms, Virtual Visits offer a fast and convenient opportunity to be evaluated by a clinician without leaving home and placing yourself at greater risk,” the news release states.

If Mercy Health-GoHealth Urgent Care providers determine that a virtual visit patient needs to be directed to COVID-19 testing or any other form of physical care or treatment, they will assist and direct those patients during the video visit, according to the news release.

Officials say virtual visits are available at the Edmond, Moore, Norman, North Edmond, NW Oklahoma City, Quail Springs, and Nichols Hills locations.

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