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LifeBridge Health eVisit Medical Survey

LifeBridge Health eVisits

eVisits are a new, convenient virtual health option from LifeBridge Health. Use eVisits to help diagnose and treat many common conditions and minor illnesses using an online medical interview form.

Online medical interviews are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and are reviewed by a LifeBridge Health provider Sunday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. For online interviews completed during our regular operating hours, you can expect an email with your diagnosis and care instructions in about 60 minutes.

Please note, we do not review questionnaires on Saturdays and holidays and will follow up during our normal operating hours.

You can access eVisits from your phone, tablet, or computer.

Please note that if you have symptoms of COVID-19, you will be sent to be tested. Read More

eVisits are not intended for emergency needs. If you think you have a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to the emergency department nearest you.

How do eVisits Work?

Answer a Few Questions

You will answer a series of questions about your symptoms. This typically takes about 15 minutes.

Wait for a Diagnosis

A LifeBridge provider will review your answers and provide a diagnosis or next steps. During business hours, we aim to deliver this in about an hour.

Check your Email

Your diagnosis and care instructions will be sent to the email address you provide during the online interview.

Get Prescriptions, If Needed

If your treatment plan includes a prescription, you can pick it up at the LBH pharmacy of your choice.

Understand your Cost

eVisits are currently offered for an introductory flat fee of $30. You will be prompted to enter your credit card or Health Savings Account card information at the end of your interview.

Your Next Step

If your health condition is determined to be more serious than what can be safely treated through eVisits, you will be contacted to have a video visit with the provider, or you may be asked to schedule an in-office visit..

Frequently Asked Questions