Our hours are temporarily changing in response to COVID-19. We will now be open Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm, and 10am to noon on Saturdays and Sundays

Welcome to our foray into telehealth! We are new to this part of medicine, but we bring with us our knowledge and years of expertise in pediatrics. Please bear with us as we work out the kinks of working on a new technology platform.

To schedule: 

Please call our office between 8:00 and 5:00 to schedule an appointment with a doctor. We will need your cell number and best email to notify you and “invite” you to a virtual waiting room at the assigned time. Please make sure that you have these basic tech requirements: most up-to-date version of Firefox, Safari, or Google Chrome. Make sure your microphone and camera are on. We will need good lighting to best assess your child. If you can check a temperature, pulse rate, respiratory rate (number of breaths per minute)  and patient weight just prior to the visit, these basic vital signs can help us better assess your child. We will need you to sign a consent form and send an image of this back to chcc front desk email (chccfrontdesk@gmail.com) or to our fax number at: 919-967-9207. We will ask to verify your insurance and for copays ahead of time, just as with regular appointments.

Please bear in mind that certain medical conditions are suited to telehealth, while others are not. Below are listed some of the conditions that are more appropriate for online evaluation. WIth some conditions such as strep throat or possible pneumonia, we may need to ask you to come into the clinic for a lab test or exam the next day. There is a separate copay and visit charge associated with this. We will provide you our best advice and recommendations for your child’s care as always.

Acne

Allergies

Constipation

Cough

Diarrhea

Flu with close exposure in last 2-3 days

Headache

Insect bites/minor infections

Pink eye without fever or ear pain

Rash without fever

Vomiting

Travel consult

Cold symptoms (congestion, cough, no fever)

Acne

Allergies

Constipation

Cough

Diarrhea

Flu with close exposure in last 2-3 days

Headache

Insect bites/minor infections

Pink eye without fever or ear pain

Rash without fever

Vomiting

Travel consults

Cold symptoms (congestion, cough, no fever)

ADHD medication follow up

Depression and anxiety follow up

Developmental or behavior concerns