Each type of heart condition has its own set of symptoms and treatment options. Our heart and vascular specialists will help answer your questions about the causes of heart disease, risk factors and prevention and treatment options.
There are times when a video visit can take the place of an in-person visit with your provider. Some of the services that can be provided via telehealth include:
Telehealth heart is our way of ensuring you get the care you need so that you can feel better as quickly as possible.
It’s important to understand the signs of a heart attack to know when to call 911. Telehealth is not intended for use in emergencies. If you think you or someone you know is having a heart attack, call 911 immediately.
Telehealth is a video-enabled visit with a health care provider. A virtual care appointment lets you have a video visit with your doctor, safely and securely, no matter where you are. Learn more about Banner Health’s Telehealth services.
Talk with your doctor about their telehealth services and learn how to schedule a video visit.
For a video visit, you will need a smartphone, laptop, computer or tablet with vide and internet capabilities. For a step-by-step tutorial on setting up your device, visit our Telehealth Resources page.
Banner Health heart specialists are here to help. Talk to your provider to learn more about your in-person and telehealth options for your next appointment.