Skip the drive to the doctor’s office and jump on a one-on-one video call with our specialists to help you take the next step towards a better recovery.
Set up a one-on-one video consultation with one of our trusted, board certified, specialized radiologists to discuss your most recent diagnosis, treatment plan, images, and more. After uploading your medical history and previous images into fully secured and encrypted Patient Portal, you will be able to sit down with a radiologist over-the-phone to ask questions and have the important conversation on getting a better understanding of your results and a path moving forward.
Video is important to build that extra layer of trust and connection between doctor and patient. We encourage those patients who value that connection instead of a phone call or written email to use our video consultations!
It’s important that you’re as fully prepared as possible when going into your consultation with one of our specialized radiologists. This will not only allow you to maximize your time during your consultation, but give our radiologist enough time to review all of your previous results, diagnosis, images, etc. to make sure that they can give you the most accurate second opinion report as possible.
Here’s what you’ll be getting and what you’ll need to do:
You can choose the type of radiology specialist you want to speak with such as Neuroradiology (brain and spine), Orthopedic Radiology (bones and muscles), Body Imaging Radiology (abdomen and pelvis), Pediatric Radiology, Thoracic Radiology (chest and heart), and Mammography (women’s imaging)
You will be assigned a radiologist specialist that has 1-2 years of additional training beyond a general radiologist
You can ask up to 3 questions of the consultant doctor during the phone call. These questions should be submitted in your Patient Portal prior to your consultation.
The phone call will last around 10 minutes, be prepared to answer questions your consultant may have of you so that they can give you the best advice.
You will receive a full, in-depth summary of the questions and answers in your Patient Portal to view, download, or print to share with your doctor at any time