Sun Life offering TeleHealth for patient safety

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  Sun Life Family Health locations remain open as they continue their commitment to serving the health and wellness of our community. They continue to remain focused on the safety of their patients and staff with new procedures, such as front door screening. 

  In addition to those increased safety measures, Sun Life has launched TeleHealth, which will allow you to be seen by a Sun Life provider through video chat on your computer or smartphone. 

  Sun Life for over 40 years has been dedicated to making sure their patients have access to comprehensive and innovative care. The introduction of TeleHealth appointments is perhaps one of most innovative launches in recent years. By using their patient portal, patients can be seen for unplanned and scheduled appointments via TeleHealth video chat when needed from anywhere.

  Types of appointments can include but is not limited to:
• Annual exams for adults and children
• Sick visits
• General medical concerns
• Emergency dental needs
• Contraception
• Medication refills
• Chronic condition management
• Integrated behavioral health
• and more.

  To learn more or to schedule a TeleHealth visit Call (520) 381-0392 or visit slfhc.org.

ABOUT SUN LIFE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER

Sun Life Family Health Center is Pinal County’s largest primary care provider, and was one of the first community health centers in the state to have received accreditation from the Joint Commission (the gold standard of quality in healthcare). Sun Life serves both insured and uninsured patients, and provides health services in family practice, dentistry, women’s health, pediatrics, integrated behavioral health, diabetes education, and much more. 

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