StayWell Health Center Opens Tele-Medicine to Everyone

StayWell Health Center Opens Tele-Medicine to all patients

Starting immediately, StayWell Health Center is now accepting calls for Tele-Medicine.  During these trying times, StayWell understands that our patients may not feel comfortable leaving their house to see the doctor or bringing a child or family member into the office but may have medical concerns or appointments they do not wish to miss.

StayWell encourages patients to call 1-203-756-8021 for a pre-screening with one of our medical staff. This call will determine if patients will be able to have a phone appointment with a medical professional or if your symptoms are severe enough to require an in-person visit. Tele-Medicine is open for Adult and Pediatric medicine with the patients Primary Care Physician (PCP). Appointments are available for routine follow-ups as well as annual wellness visits (Medicare patients), and acute care if appropriate. If patients have a smart phone or tablet, the provider will send a text with a link to imitate a video telemedicine visit. If patients do not have this option, the visit is completed over the phone.

“After recently having a severe case of the flu, it was great to be able to keep my regular follow-up visit for my blood pressure and other issues over the phone.  I was able to talk to my regular provider over the phone about all the things we discuss in person, but I didn’t have to go into the office and possibly be exposed to some other virus.  Very convenient, safe and same great care!”  Ron, age 76  

We wish all of you continued health and strength during this challenging time. StayWell is still open and will remain open to support the Greater Waterbury Community.

StayWell Health Care, Inc. is committed to providing high quality, community health care and social services, including preventive medical, dental, and mental health services to the underserved population of the Greater Waterbury community. StayWell Health Care, Inc. has adopted a comprehensive, community-based approach to serving people by providing education, advocacy, and bilingual/bicultural services. All patients are accepted regardless of their ability to pay or insurance status.