LAHAINA, Hawaii – Doctors On Call, Maui’s Urgent Care clinic, is now able to see patients virtually. The team can give advice, diagnose, treat or call in prescriptions. Patients can access care immediately. Here is how:
UHA patients – DOCNOW for UHA FaceTime Hotline. No wait time. No co-pay. Call 808-699-5556 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
HMSA, Quest and self-pay patients – go to hmsaonlinecare.com. Log in and choose a provider: Kari Adams, David Adams, or Norman Estin.
HMSA, HMAA, and PSWA patients – call the office at (808) 667-7676. Receptionist will take your information and a physician will use FaceTime to call you back. After hours you can FaceTime (808) 699-5556 until 9 p.m.
Hawaii-licensed, Hawaii-located physicians are available 365 days a year from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. via smartphone, tablet or computer.
“We’re here for all residents,” said Dr. Jim Barahal, co-founder of Doctors On Call Maui and DOCNow Virtual Healthcare Centers. “With the current environment of closing clinics and difficulties with emergency rooms and hospitals, we offer alternative care for patients without leaving their homes. Many medical problems can easily be diagnosed and handled with a telemedicine appointment and without risking greater medical consequences.”
From scrapes, minor burns, urinary infections, and the common cold to convenient prescription refills and replacements, Doctors On Call Maui is able to treat a wide range of minor and common illnesses in patients of all ages through telemedicine.