Telehealth Services from Valley Health
10 April 2020
We recorded today’s episode via Zoom with Dr. Jeff Feit, Vice President of Population Health for Valley Health and Chief Medical Officer for Valley Medical Group.
Our conversation included details about Valley Health’s telehealth services. We discussed what they involve, how they work and the process for using them even if you don’t have a primary care physician. We also discussed the respiratory care clinics, their relationship to the telehealth services offered, and when/how someone should visit one for further evaluation. He told us about the COVID-19 hotline (that number is 540-536-0380) and the integral role it plays in the process. We also talked about the virus itself, steps to prevent it and the importance of understanding immunity.
You can find more information on Valley Health’s website: valleyhealthlink.com/covid19
To hear more conversations with Valley Health professionals, visit the podcast page: https://theriver953.com/valleyhealthpodcast/
Janet Michael valley health on the river 953, jeff feit, dr jeff feit, covid-19 hotline, valley health covid-19 hotline, respiratory care clinics, valley health respiratory care clinics, COVID-19 Valley Health, Valley Health COVID-19, coronavirus in strasburg va, covid-19 in Berryville va, coronavirus in Shenandoah county va, covid-19 in Woodstock va, coronavirus in Clarke county va, covid-19 in stephens city va, coronavirus in Berryville va, covid-19 in Middletown va, coronavirus in Woodstock va, covid-19 in page county va, coronavirus in stephens city va, covid-19 in luray va, coronavirus in Middletown va, coronavirus in page county va, coronavirus in luray va, covid-19 in Winchester va, covid-19 in Frederick county va, covid-19 in front royal va, coronavirus in Winchester va, covid-19 in in warren county va, coronavirus in Frederick county va, covid-19 in strasburg va, coronavirus in front royal va, covid-19 in Shenandoah county va, coronavirus in in warren county va, covid-19 in Clarke county va, covid-19, Coronavirus, community health, community health partnership, community health partner, Janet Michael, The Valley Today