TeleHealth - Integrative Urgent Care

In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Ananda Integrative Medicine has launched a new Telemedicine Program – Integrative Urgent Care.  This allows mildly ill patients to be evaluated by an Integrative Practitioner via video preventing unneeded trips to the emergency room or urgent care. The program connects patients who do not require emergency care with a provider who can assess the patient's condition, provide a treatment plan, and even call in prescriptions to support the treatment plan.  The treatment plan includes holistic and natural remedies as well as short term pharmaceuticals when needed.

The goal is to divert patients who otherwise would have gone to an emergency department, keeping those beds available for those who really need them.  Also preventing needless exposure to any potentially COVID19 positive patients. 

How old do I have to be to be eligible for Urgent Care treatment via Telehealth at Ananda Integrative Medicine? 

We can treat anyone 18 years of age or older.

What type of Integrative Urgent Care visits and/or conditions can be treated via Telehealth?

Can I use my insurance?

We do not accept insurance currently, visits are $125.

What medications can be prescribed via Integrative Urgent Care Telehealth services?

All medications and supplements can be prescribed EXCEPT for narcotics or controlled substances. 

Reshma Patel, PA-C, MMS, CEO / Founder of Ananda Integrative Medicine Integrative & Holistic Practitioner Reshma Patel, PA-C, combines conventional Western medicine with an Integrative and Holistic approach to wellness at Ananda Integrative Medicine, in Brentwood, Los Angeles. She believes that the path to true health lies not in treating or masking symptoms, but by identifying and healing the root cause of health conditions. Her approach to medicine helps patients harness their natural healing ability to optimize body function and overall wellness.

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