Atrium Health Community-Based Virtual Clinic
Keeping yourself healthy is a top priority. But when you don’t feel well at school or work, it’s not always easy to interrupt your day for a doctor’s visit. With Atrium Health Community-Based Virtual Care, you can get medical care for minor conditions – without leaving campus.
Who can use Community-Based Virtual Care?
All students, faculty, staff and partners of Central Piedmont Community College, along with members of their households, can use Community-Based Virtual Care. You can get care for conditions that occur during the day or request a visit in advance.
How does it work?
Over a video visit, a healthcare provider examines you with special technology, gives a diagnosis and can even send in prescriptions. If your condition isn’t contagious, you can get back to your day with little interruption. For your convenience, we’ll send notes about your visit to your primary care doctor.
How much does it cost?
Depending on your insurance plan, you may be responsible for copays and deductibles related to these services. If you do not have insurance, financial help may be available.
What is the benefit of Community-Based Virtual Care?
This virtual options gives students, faculty, and staff access to convenient, high-quality care within your daily routine, without taking time away from school or work.
What kinds of illnesses are treated?
- Coughs and colds
- COVID-19 assessments
- Ear pain
- Female urinary tract infection
- Flu symptoms
- Pink eye
- Sinus Concerns
- Sore throat
- Sprains and strains
- Stomach ache