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What is a telehealth visit?

Telehealth is a telephone or video visit that allows your child to receive medical care for a wide range of illnesses and injuries from the comfort of your own home. Dr. St. Jacques will assess your child’s symptoms, make recommendations, prescribe any necessary medications, and recommend the appropriate next steps.

What symptoms are eligible for a telehealth visit?

  • COVID-19 assessment

  • Rashes

  • Painful urination (females only)

  • Medication refills*

  • Sore throat

  • Acne

  • Runny nose

  • Sunburn

  • Allergies

  • Insect bites

  • Flu/cough

  • Back pain

  • Diarrhea

  • Simple constipation

  • Eye redness

If your symptoms aren’t listed above, then a telehealth visit may not be the right choice for you at this time. Some symptoms may be more severe; therefore Dr. St. Jacques may prefer to see your child in person. Instead, you should call our office to see if an appointment is available or determine if Dr. St. Jacques can or cannot see your child via telehealth.

If your child is experiencing health conditions such as chest pain, severe respiratory problems, head injury, severe abdominal pain or other serious health concerns, telehealth is not right for you. 

If your child is having a serious health concern, please seek treatment at your nearest emergency department or call 911.

Click the link to the Login & Consent Instructions page prior to your telehealth appointment and sign the agreement. 

*AZKidsDoc Pediatrics does not offer telemedicine visits for refills of controlled substances or behavioral health (psychiatric) medications. Provider discretion is allowed for other medications, but typically limited to a one-time refill.